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To calculate the number of bars in footing, first determine the spacing, then calculate the total area of the footing and divide it by the area of one reinforcement bar. The resulting value is the number of bars needed for the footing.

To calculate the number of bars in footing, first determine the spacing, then calculate the total area of the footing and divide it by the area of one reinforcement bar. The resulting value is the number of bars needed for the footing.

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