Q: How many 16 x 16 patio pavers are needed to make a 12 x 12 stone patio?

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number of fourths needed to make 2 whole and one half = 10

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46 of them.

I will have to make an assumption here. Correct me if I am wrong. 1) The 'pound' is the measure of weight equivalent to 16 ounces. 2) The 'stone' is the British measure of weight. If so, you could have Googled 'British stone' and gotten the answer. It is an informal weight of about 14 pounds. So, no, the stone is much bigger than the pound. If you weigh 140 pounds, you then weigh 10 stone.

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If both items are measured in inches or feet, the half is the answer. Without more info. this cannot be answered.

15 x 15 = 225 sqft, each paver is 1 sqft so 225.

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let me try to understand what you mean; 20ft x 25ft area to be covered by 6"x6" pavers 20x25 is 500sq ft. 6"x6" is .25sq ft. 500/.25= 2000

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All you need to do is multiply 4 by 8. The answer is 32 tiles. Buy a few extra in case of breakage.

Patio is 96 inches each side. If you do not intend to get into jigsaw puzzles you will need 5 pavers per side, a total of 25. These will cover an area 100 x 100 inches