1. Measure the length and width of the type of brick you're going to be using. Finding this measurement on any single brick will work. 2. Multiply the length and the width of your
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Different brick have areas. The normal is about 3.5 per sq ft. 270 x 3.5 = 945. The brick are sold in cubes that range from 4 to 500 per cube. You have to think about a waste factor
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1 sq ft/A = 0.2296 sq m/ha. This is based on conversions of 1sq m = 10.76 sq ft, and 1A = 0.4047 ha. The formula is (1 sq ft/A) X (1 sq m/10.76 sq ft) X (1A/0.4047ha) = (1/(10.76X0.4047
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Honduras land area: 43,201 sq mi (111,891 sq km) and total area: 43,278
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