# Brick Circle Calculator

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## What is Brick Circle Calculator?

Brick Circle Calculator is an online tool that helps calculate the number of bricks needed to construct a circular wall. It is an easy-to-use calculator that requires two inputs – the radius of the circle and the length of each brick – and uses a formula to compute the number of bricks required.

**How to Calculate Using Brick Circle Calculator?**

To calculate the number of bricks required using the Brick Circle Calculator, follow these steps:

- Enter the radius of the circle and the length of each brick in the respective input fields.
- Click on the ‘Calculate’ button to trigger the calculation.
- The calculator will use the formula to compute the number of bricks required and display it in the ‘Number of Bricks’ output field.

**Formula for Brick Circle Calculator**

The formula used by Brick Circle Calculator to calculate the number of bricks required is:

B = 180 / tan<sup>-1</sup>(s / (2 * r))

**Where:**

- B is the number of bricks required
- r is the radius of the circle
- s is the length of each brick

**Example Calculation**

Let’s say we want to build a circular wall with a radius of 10 feet using bricks that are 8 inches long. We can use the Brick Circle Calculator to calculate the number of bricks required as follows:

- Enter the radius as ’10’
- Enter the length of each brick as ‘8/12’ (converted to feet)
- Click on the ‘Calculate’ button

The calculator will compute the number of bricks required as approximately 132.

**FAQs**

What is the Brick Circle Calculator used for?

The Brick Circle Calculator is used to calculate the number of bricks required to build a circular wall.

What units does the Brick Circle Calculator use?

The Brick Circle Calculator uses the units of feet for both radius and brick length.

Is the Brick Circle Calculator accurate?

The Brick Circle Calculator uses a formula to calculate the number of bricks required and provides an approximate value. It is recommended to purchase some extra bricks to account for any wastage or errors in the calculation.