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 What does"grains per inch"mean on arrows?

Answer Grains per inch is the unit of measuring weight to length with arrow shafts. For example, an arrow shaft 30 inches long that weighed 6 grains per inch would ultimately weigh 180 grains. A grain i... Read More »
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How many 20x20 square inch tiles dose it take to cover 56 square feet?

The concept is confusing but the math is pretty simple... Tiles are sold by the square foot not by the tile..Measure the room & round up to the next foot, ie.. 11' 6" just write it down as 12'If th... Read More »
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How many square feet in an 18 inch x 18 inch tile?

18 inches is equal to 1.5 feet.Therefore the area is 1.52 = 2.25 square feet.
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What is the cost per square foot to paint the exterior of a 1600 square foot clapboard siding house in cranston r.i. with trim 2 story2 dormers 12 windows light colors scrape sand prim finish?

Answer This question is way to vague. Is the house one or two levels? Number of dormers? Colors? Windows? Siding condition? Obviously you will need to be much more specific.
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Can more than one inch of sand be used for patio pavers?

Think I'd use about 2' thick. This will allow for spreading whilst tamping down the pavers. Use a dry mix, as this will prevent pavers sinking. Just sprinkle a little water before you lay them... Read More »
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