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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Mr_Marc, Oct 21, 2002.
Let me know what you think?
Marc, that calculator works great! Thanks for taking the time to develop it. I am not totally 'Math Deprived', but it sure saves some time. Also, to use it as a 'sod calculator', just type in 36 in the inches data block, it gives you the total square yards of sod needed.
for some reason i cant down load attachments on here, could u please email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I love it! That's very cool. I can usually estimate stuff like this pretty dang good just by sight. But this will come in handy from time to time I am sure. I wish there was a way to take it with me! (I don't have a laptop).
Wouldn't let me view it either.
Instead of trying to work all the figures out in my head or paper, I bought a construction calculater(www.calculated.com) that ables me to convert my measrements to sq ft, than again to sq yds and tells me how much cu. yds I will need for that particular application. It's a great little tool.
MicroSoft Excell or MS Works spread sheet needed to work with the file. Sorry I should have put that in the first post.
Anyone looking at www.calculated.com needs to check out their payroll calculator it is great!!
Here is one that I have used on the net:
You will need Microsoft Excell or MS works Spread sheet.
Now you can caculate how many bags you need. Also it will figure circles. I hope I got the math right?
could u email me that one too please? sorry for the trouble. moderators when i click download a new screen comes up asking for passwords and stuff and it wont accept mine.