It depends on the size of the bricks.
Infinite amounts because you didn't specify the brick dimensions. Good luck on your homework!
It depends on what size brick you are using.
The answer will depend on how large each brick is.
multiplyL xW x H to find the volume of 1 brick. Each measurement should be in cm. 1 cubic meter = (100 cm)3 = 1,000,000 cm3 now divide the volume of 1 brick INTO 1,000,000 that gives the number of bricks.
The UK standard brick measures 215 × 102.5 × 65 mm =0.014324375 cubic meters The US standard brick measures 203 × 102 × 57 mm = 0.01180242 cubic meters therefore in the UK = 69.811073782 bricks and in the US = 84.728386212 bricks
Depends on the density of the bricks you are referring to. If one brick was one cubic meter and weighed a ton then your answer would be 1. Similarly if it took 3424 bricks to weigh a ton and they were all half a cubic meter, then your answer would be 1712 cubic meters. You require more information.
it has approximately 500 bricks and weight may range from 1510-2000 kg
That depends of the measures of the bricks
So you get the volume of one brick. Measure the length, width and height of one brick. Convert each to metres (/100 is you measured in centimetres). Now divide a cubic metre by the volume of 1 brick to get how many bricks would make a completely filled in cubic metre. Keep in mind, this method does not count any cement needed to secure the bricks