Brick weight

The brick weighs 2 kg and a half bricks.

How much does one brick weigh?

Result

x =  4 kg

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half bricks or half brick?
Or may be better, the weight of a half brick. Math student
half bricks or half brick?
Or may be better, the weight of a half brick. Dr Math
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