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You would also need to know what area each brick covers. Or what is the length and width of each brick - you can then figure out the area from that.

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The answer depends on how large each paving brick is.

Q: HOW MANY PAVING BRICKS DO WE NEED FOR 933 SQ meter?

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around 500

88 standard sized bricks.

450 times 450 equals 202500 bro. METH STRIKES AGAIN. Nobody likes you, math, go away

If the bricks are in feet then 51/2 bricks would be needed.

between 1100 and 1200 bricks

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To create a brick pathway you will need to dig up the depth of the bricks then lay the bricks in the desired design.

488 bricks.

around 500

4.94 per sq meter so rounded up to 5 per sq meter

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10 cm = 0.1 meter 20 cm = 0.2 meter Each block covers (0.1 x 0.2) = 0.02 square meter. To cover 12 square meters, you need 12/0.02 = 600 blocks.

Depends on how big the bricks are.

A square meter is 100x100 which means there are 10000 sq cm in a sq meter. Your blocks are 450mmx450mm which means that they are 45cm x 45 cm 45x45=2025 10000/2025= 4.94 paving flags. However, you might want to calculate the amount of blocks needed for the entire area you're paving, not for each meter. Always remember to round up and leave yourself some extras, Keep in mind that you may need to leave some gap between the blocks, and that doing so may help you use fewer blocks. For example if you are paving an ally a meter wide, then leaving a gap of three centemeters at the sides of the ally and three centemeters betweed the blocks will mean you get away with using two blocks width and don't need to cut any blocks (which would be a pain in the neck).

88 standard sized bricks.

593

23ft by 5ft

600mm is 0.6m, and 450mm is 0.45m, so one flag is 0.27 sq metre. Therefore 4 flags to the square metre