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How many quarts of dirt are in a cubic foot of dirt?
There are 25 3/4 dry quarts is cubic foot.
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It depends on the moisture content of the manure and soil. Also it depends on the makeup of the soil. A cubic foot of smaller soil particles will weigh more than a very sandy… soil which has larger particles.
29.92 liquid quarts or 25.71 dry quarts. (US measure)
There is about 2800lbs in 2 yards of top soil.
According to this document http://ts.nist.gov/ts/htdocs/230/235/weightcart/historyof105-8.pdf at the US NIST, the average density of dirt is 120 lbs per cubic foot.
27 cubic feet A cubic yard of dirt = 1yd x 1yd x 1 yd OR 3ft x 3ft x 3ft
That would depend on the components of the soil, i.e. clay would be heavier than sand.
1.5 Cubic Feet is equal to 38.6 Dry Quarts
one cubic feet of lead equals
It depends how big the truck is.
In order to find a cubic meaurement you need three measurements, width x length x height. You have only given two, so you can only work out an area not a volume. 5 feet x 5 fe…et gives an area of 25 square feet.
Four. That's what "quart" means.
It varies with the soil. A cubic ft of compacted dirt weighs 100-120 lbs. Somewhere between 17 and 20 cubic ft to a ton. A cubic yard is about a ton and a half.
The average dirt density is missing.
1 acre = 43,560 square feet 27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard Volume = (43,560 x 1) = 43,560 cubic feet = 1,613 1 / 3 cubic yards
27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard Volume = (length) x (width) x (depth) = 10 x 4 x 1 = 40 cubic feet = 1.48 cubic yards (rounded)