Okay, so the next place we want to go is we want to quantify the No 4 Rebar for the project. Going back to our example we understand that there is total of 4 No 4 Rebar per footing. Quite simply you multiply4 x 25, which is the number of footings, to understand that there are a total of 100 No 4 Rebar for all the footings for the project. Next, you want to quantify for length or layer feet for the Rebar. We understand that the footings are 2 foot by 2 foot, therefore, you would multiply 100 total Rebar by 2 feet, to learn that you have 200 LF of No 4 Rebar. Finally, going back to our ASTM table, we know that No 4 Rebar weighs 0.668 Lbs per LF. If you multiply that by 200, you will learn that you will have a total of 133, point, sorry, 6. Lbs of No 4 Rebar. The next place we want to go is quantifying No 6 Rebar which will be placed in the foundation wall. We understand that we have 1,200 LF of foundation wall. And we want to convert that to inches, so we can understand the placement of the Rebar vertically within the structure. So, we multiply 1,200 x 12, to go into a total of 14,400 linear inches of concrete. We can divide 14,400 inches by 48 inches on center. To understand that there will be a total of 300 members of No 6 Rebar for the foundation wall itself. So, now that we understand that we have 300 total members of No 6 Rebar, we need to solve for the actual height all of the foundation wall as it's being placed vertically. We know that the foundation wall is 2 feet high, so you multiply 300 x 2 to come up with a total linear footage of 600 LF of No 6 Rebar. Finally we need to solve for the actual weight of the Rebar itself because that's how it's quantified. Going back to our ASTM table, we know that No 6 Rebar weighs 1.502 pounds per SF multiplied by 600 brings you a total of 901.2 Lbs of No 6 Rebar. Finally, you want to quantify the amount of the formwork which is, of course, the surface area of the concrete itself. Okay, so there are two places that we need to go with formwork. One is the footings. We know that the length times width of the footings is 2 feet by 2 feet. We also know that they're a foot deep. So, we can understand that the calculation would be (2 x 1) times 25, which is the total amount of footings on the project, for a total of 50 SF of formwork. The next place you want to go is the foundation wall of the concrete. So, we understand that the length is 400 and the width is 200 for the actual envelope of the building, sorry, for the foundation of the building. So, in order to quantify square footage, we would need to multiply 200 feet in length times 2 feet in height for the foundation wall itself, and to multiply that all by 2, for a grand total of 800 SF. Similarly, you need to perform the same calculation for the length. That would be 400 feet in length times 2 feet in height for a total of 1,600 SF. Brings you to grand total of 2,400 feet, sorry, SF of formwork. So, to conclude Example #2 these are the four items that you will want to quantify for solving for the problem. 62.26 CY of bulk concrete. 133.6 Lbs of No 4 Rebar. 901.2 Lbs of No 6, and finally 2,450 SF of formwork. Okay, so to conclude Example #2, you will have a total of bulk concrete of 63.26 CY, 133.6 Lbs of No 4 Rebar, 901.2 Lbs of No 6 Rebar and 2,400 SF of formwork. We hope you enjoyed this module. Thank you very much, and we'll see you next time.