A bit of confusion here Tammy... If your "wall" is 9' x 6' x 36', its not a wall, its a cube.Tammy wrote:I have a retaining wall that is 9' high, 6' wide and 36' long. I'm using landscape timbers that are 8' long by 5" wide and 5" thick. How many timbers will I need
Knight wrote:A bit of confusion here Tammy... If your "wall" is 9' x 6' x 36', its not a wall, its a cube.
K^2 wrote:Knight wrote:A bit of confusion here Tammy... If your "wall" is 9' x 6' x 36', its not a wall, its a cube.
Technicaly, it isn't a cube either.
WordNet Dictionary
Definition: [n] a block in the (approximate) shape of a cube
[n] any of several tropical American woody plants
of the genus Lonchocarpus whose roots are used
locally as a fish poison and commercially as a
source of rotenone
[n] the product of three equal terms
[n] a three-dimensional shape with six square or
rectangular sides
[n] a hexahedron with six equal squares as faces
[v] raise to the third power
[v] cut into cubes; "cube the cheese"