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This video explains how to calculate the volume of concrete needed for a staircase. First, the dimensions of the staircase are measured. Next, the volume of each part of the staircase is calculated. Finally, the total volume of concrete needed is calculated by adding up the volumes of each part and adding 5% for waste.

**00:00:00**The video explains how to calculate the volume of concrete in a staircase. First, the height, width, and depth of the staircase are measured. Then, three measures are taken: the height, the width, and the depth. The volume of the concrete is calculated by multiplying the measures together. The staircase's height, width, and depth are then multiplied by 0.54 to get the volume of the cement. The staircase's height, width, and depth are then multiplied by 0.9 to get the volume of the passageway. Finally, the staircase's volume is calculated by multiplying the measures together.**00:05:00**The video discusses how to calculate the volume of concrete for a staircase. First, the senses are turned to focus on the interest. Then, the measurement is made of the part that interests the user. The measure for this area is well known by many as the postulate of other measures known as the measure of weight. The question is asked or simply noted by the teacher to the engineer what he has been assigned. The engineer says that the height is not the only thing to consider, but the throat as well. The interest in this measurement is then carried on to the next step. The first stair is then measured with the tape measure. The width is found to be 0.90, which is subtracted from 220 to get the volume of the first stair. The second step is then measured and the volume is found to be 2.20. The width is also found to be 0.10, which is added to the volume to get the total volume for the second step. The total for both steps is 8.30. Next, the third step is measured and the volume is found to be 2.60. The width is also found to be 0.10, which is added to the volume to get the**00:10:00**The video explains how to calculate the concrete volume of an staircase. The steps on the staircase are 15 steps high, so the total volume is 30 steps. 15 steps were placed at the top of the staircase, and this is what is used to calculate the remaining volume. When we return to the original volume, we'll start with step 15 and work our way down. The video explains that because the steps were placed at the top of the staircase, the volume for the next step is 1.5 times the volume for the previous step. This works out to be 15 when we reach the bottom of the staircase. The video explains that the volume for the next step is 1.5 times the volume for the previous step because the steps were placed at the top of the staircase. The video then explains that the volume for the next step is 1.5 times the volume for the previous step because the steps were placed at the top of the staircase. The video then explains that the volume for the next step is 1.5 times the volume for the previous step because the steps were placed at the top of the staircase. The video then explains that the volume for the next step is 1.5 times the volume for the previous step because the steps were placed at**00:15:00**In this video, the presenter explains how to calculate the volume of concrete needed for an escalator. First, they determine the dimensions of the escalator and the type of concrete required. Next, they add up the dimensions of each part of the escalator and divide by 10 to get the total volume. Next, they add 5% for waste and the total comes to 1.06 meters cubic meters. Finally, they multiply this by the weight of the concrete needed (in kilograms) and the result is the total weight of concrete needed for the escalator.**00:20:00**The YouTube video "How to Calculate the Volume of Concrete for a staircase" shows how to calculate the volume of concrete needed for a staircase. One can request this information because practically, one is paying for it. Then, what happens? Well, obviously, it will be able to push simply below that battery you place say, placement on this clean surface a cloth, or you place a plastic something on something large, you do not stretch and over that you make believe all the concrete no, that is already able to be used for something for what you have planned not be that you have improvised very well, then with the recommendations well, friends builders I say goodbye and until the next video subscribe to my channel, so I can continue uploading more videos, anyway and I will continue uploading, but I would appreciate if they subscribed to my channel very much. So until the next video, bye-bye.

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