1. Measure the brick dimensions (length,width and height) using a ruler. For example, the brick size is 8 by 3 by 2 inches. 2. Multiply the length, width and height of the brick to
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there are 54 bricks per square meter.
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If 1 sqm =60 brick is considered correct then total brick will be 60x60=3600 brick. Standard size means as per IS modular one brick (19x9x9 c.m. & width mortar (20x10x10 c.m.
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You have to multiply by the "density" of the bricks, which has units of pounds/brick. (You might think of this as the weight of a brick, but you want to get the units right
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