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`nB = "L" / ("Brick Length"["US Standard"] + "5/16")`

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The **Bricks in a Row** calculator computes the number of bricks in a row based on the length of the row and the size of the brick and mortar joint.

**INSTRUCTIONS**: Choose units and enter the following:

- (
**L**) Length of the Row of Bricks - (
**S**) Size of the Brick (choose from list) - (
**jW**) Mortar Joint Width

**Bricks in a Row (nB): **The calculator returns the number of bricks.

The Bricks in a Row calculator computes how many whole bricks you need for a row of a specified length, assuming you can cut one brick to accommodate the one or two partial bricks in the row.

The inputs to this equation are:

**L**- length of wall to be bricked**std**- choice of standard brick**joint**- selected width of joint (between 1/4 inch and 3/4 inch)

- Brick Calculator
- Standard Brick Sizes - the data set containing the dimension of standard bricks used around the world
- Starting cut brick length
- Number of bricks per row
- Number of bricks high
- Count of bricks in a wall
- Length of a brick in various brick standards
- Height of a brick in various brick standards
- Wall's brick or block count