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  1. Determine the number of studs needed for a 120-foot- long wall where the studs are spaced at 16 inches on center.
  2. Determine the number of 20-foot-long pieces of rebar needed to complete a 240-foot- long footing. The pieces are spliced with a lap of 18 inches and form a single bar running the length of the footing.
  3. Determine the volume of a 20-foot by 15-foot by 4- foot-high concrete footing. Express your answer in cubic yards and include 5% waste.
  4. An 8-foot-high by 50-foot-long wall is faced with 7 1/2- inch-long by 2 1/2-inch-high bricks. The mortar joints between the bricks are 1/2-inch thick. Using the area method, determine the number of bricks needed to face the wall.
  1. How many cubic yards of concrete are required to construct a 75-foot-long by 24-inch- wide by 10-inch-thick continuous footing? Include 10% waste. Concrete must be ordered in quarter-yard increments. Determine the length of forms needed. The footing has three #4 continuous bars. The rebar is lapped 21 inches. Determine the number of 20-foot-long bars that needs to be ordered for the footing.
  2. How many cubic yards of concrete are required to construct 5 each 24-inch by 12-inch by 8-foot-high concrete columns? Include 5% waste. Concrete must be ordered in quarter- yard increments. Determine the square footage of forms needed.
  3. Set up Excel Quick Tip 5-1 (Spread Footing)
  4. Set up Excel Quick Tip 5-2 (Rectangular Column) in excel

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