How many builders wheelbarrows of sand in a cubic metre?

How many builders wheelbarrows of sand in a cubic metre?
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What is the weight of 1 cubic metre of sand?

Dry sand commonly has a density of between 1400-1600 kg/m3 depending on it's level of compaction. Therefore a cubic metre of sand will have a mass of between 1400 and 1600 k (MORE)

How many liters in a cubic metre?

Look, 1cm3=1ml If you know this you can find the others such as 1m3 This is how.. 1cm3=1ml but 1m3=1000000 cm3 therefore, 1/1000000m3=1ml therefore,1m3=1000000 (MORE)

How many kg sand is in a cubic meter?

Wet sand specific gravity is approximately 2.0 and dry sand is approximately 1.6 Therefore 1 cu.m. of sand will weigh 1600 kg. if dry or 2000 kg. if wet.
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How many cubic yards in a cubic metre?

Answer   1 inch = 2.54 cm.   There are 36 inches in a yard.   So, 36 x 36 x 36 = number of cubic inches in a cubic yard.   Therefore, 2.54 cubed x 36 cubed equal (MORE)
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Scrunched up or shredded paper, etc, is anyone's guess, so I'm answering with the case of printer paper piled up instead. Start by measuring one ream of your paper. Mine her (MORE)