Q: What is the weight of a 2 x 8 x 8 foot pine board?

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about 1.2 pounds

The weight depends on the type of wood. Pine weighs less than oak.

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Not enough information is given. We are only given two of the board's dimensions, and you haven't specified which dimensions those are. Presumably you mean thickness and width.Even with that, we would still need to know ~at least~ the length of the board and what material it is (pine? maple? something else altogether?). Even then, the answer could only be a very rough one, as there are many other factors that would need to be specified or guessed (the moisture of the wood, the positioning of the weight on the board, how the board is supported, the temperature, and so on).

if the board is 8 inches width by 8 foot long by 2 inches thick at $5.50 per linear board what is the price per board?

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375kg/m3

Im building a bench. Im using 2"x10" pine. Is 5' between braces strong enough? It depends on how many boards your are putting on your bench. To give you an idea, I ran through some quick numbers for you. @ 5'. one 2" x 10" x ?? pine board assuming a 400lb load (2-3 people) you will have deflection of .42" PER board which is fine. Less than 1/2 inch. @ 4' your deflection is reduced to .22" PER board which is even better. You really shouldn't have a problem at 5', unless a 400lb guy jumps on the middle of your bench. The maximum weight it will take in the middle before fracture is 688 lb @ 5'/brace and 860 @ 4'...and keep in mind this is per board so if you have two....you should be fine. This is as long as it is standard pine. .

try 2 put both foot on it.

Depends on the thickness of the OBS and if it ever get wet.

Slam your foot down on the tail of your board and slide your front foot forward. Try to jump with the board, not away from it.

I'm 5 foot 2 and weight 7st 11 lbs and I'm the ideal weight for my height so you are definitely not over weight! if anything you are probably under...

Yes, it is a healthy weight

A piece of wood 1" thick by 12" wide by 1' long, or the equivalent volume. The width and thickness are often planed down some. So, let's say you have a 6" wide board 2' long and 1" thick. That is 1 board foot. Or, let' s say you have a 6" wide hunk of lumber 2" thick and 1' long. That is 1 board foot. Or, to get out of the box, here, say you have a 4" by 4" hunk of lumber that is 0.75 feet long (9") long. That is 1 board foot. In other words, if you multiply the width in inches by the thickness in inches by the length in feet, you have the number of board feet.

She is 5 foot 2 and 115 pounds.

i think about 130 or so

They should probably weight about 100-115 pounds