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It would take 676 cubic feet of cement for a patio of that size.

Q: How much cement do you need for a 13 ft x 13 ft x 4 inches patio?

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Area of 1 paver 1 sq ft, area of patio 144 sq ft so 144 pavers.

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Since a foot has 12 inches, all you need to do is divide by 12.

48 12"x12" tiles for a 7'x7' patio.

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Depends on size of the patio.

I am building a curb that will be 26 feet long, 6.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep. How much cement do I need?

one yard of cement will make a 8 x 10 square foot slab at 4 inches thick, that's 80 sq. feet per yard of cement at 4 inches thick.

It depends on how deep it is. If it is 6 inches deep, you will need 77 yards.

If you mean 115 feet by 17 feet by 4 inches thick, you will need a minimum of 24.14 cubic yards.

We need to know the thickness or depth in inches. Cement companies can give you an estimate if at the time of your order, you give them the length, width, and thickness of the pour, if it's 4", 6" or whatever deep.

Assuming that's 30 ft X 30 ft X 6 inches, you will need 20 cubic yards

If you mean 12 feet long by 8 inches wide by 4 inches deep, you will need at least 0.1 cubic yards

28 feet by 32 feet by 6 inches thick requires at least 16.59 Cubic Yards.

First you need know how much(in volume) the bag makes. Lets say a bag makes L cubic feet. where L is a whole number. 2 inches =1/6 ft volume of patio (assuming its a rectangular prism) is 10x16x(1/6) = 80/3 number of bags = (80/3)/L = 80/3L. * If this number isn't a whole number, round to the next whole number.

You will need at least 9.68 cubic yards of cement.

13*13*6=1014 yards of cement