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What are the dimensions of 1 yard of top soil?
On one site I found the weight of one cubic yard of topsoil listed as 1,35 US tons
One cubic yard of soil covers a 3 x 3 x 3 foot area - in essence, 9 feet. Depending on the material, it can weigh up to 2000 pounds (1 cu yard of sand is 2000 pounds - that…'s a lot of sand!) To be more precise, there are online calculators to help you determine how much you need -- you will need to know the area you want to cover in square feet, and to what depth. From there, you can calculate the cubic feet and come to your answer! Useful Answer: The 'square feet' of area that it covers is 324/(depth of the top soil, in inches)
1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet
27 cubic feet.. Answer . A yard of soil, or any bulk material is 1 cubic yard. For soil it is usually one bucketful at the landscape supply. It will typically cover a 12' …x 12' area, 3 - 4" deep. If you are figuring for mulch you can use the same measurements. It is a measure of volume, not weight.
i would take about 54 40 pound bags to make a cubic yard each 40 pound bag is about 1/2 a cubic foot and there are 27 cubic feet per cubic yard.
1 yard topsoil covers 100 square feet to 3 inches, 200 square feet to 1.5 inches and 300 square feet to 1 inch.
This is totally relevant on he depth of topsoil spread over the entire 7500 sq. yd. area. Typically a landscape area of that size for a standard parcel of lawn would be an av…erage of 4" depth of clean rock free top soil. that would be figured with the following formula: width x length x depth. since 4" is 1/9th of a yard it would be calculated like this: 75x100 = 7500 square yards divided by 9 = 833 cubic yards of topsoil at a depth of 4 inches. I gave you the formula so that anyone using this site can adjust the dimensions to get the proper results.
it would depend on the moisture content. calculated off the 40 pound bags you get at your local store it would be just under 1 cubic yard.
Stone can be measured in tons or yards. Actually yards refers to cubic yards. A cubic yard measures one yard by one yard by one yard (in feet, 3 x 3 x 3). When stone is in a p…ile, try to estimate the volume in cubic feet, then divide by 27 to get cubic yards.
Depends on the man. About 15 minutes. Easily.
Basically a cube measuring 3 feet by 3feet by 3 feet. 1 cubic yard.
A yard of anything is 3 ft. x 3 ft. x 3 ft. A cubic yard.
depends on moisture content. average would be about 1.5tons
Depending on the material and moisture content anywhere from around a ton to 1.5 tons.
600-800 pounds dry, wet double that
There may be very little or even none . Topsoil and "dirt" are different substances
There is no equivalence. A kilogram is a measure of mass. A yard is a measure of length. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional a…nalysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you knew the density of the soil, you could convert the mass to volume. But even that is not enough. You would still need to know the depth of cover required.