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It depends how big your shovel is. Then, it depends if the dirt is dry or moisty, which can effect everything. and the answer is 360 because 1*3*6= 18 then multiply that by 20…. 18*20= 360. your welcome guys. (MORE)

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1 acre = 43,500 ft2 vol = area * depth = 43,500*5 = 217,500 ft3 1 ft3 is approx. 7.48 gallons 217,500 ft3 * (7.48 gal/ft3) = 1,626,900 gallons

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One metre is 3 feet 3.37 inches. If you are standing in a water 1 metre deep you would not drown, it would come somewhere around waist height.

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A 100mm cube would contain 1 litre. If you were able to split this cube into 1mm thick slices you would have 100 slices which would be 100mm squares. If you lay these squares… out in a 10x10 grid square they would cover a square measuring 1000mm x 1000mm or 1 square metre. That is your answer and that is why a carton of milk spilt on the floor takes so much cleaning up !!! (MORE)

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Deep freeze installation for 1 TB and 2TB Hard disk up-to Nth level Deep freeze are not supported in 1 TB and 2TB Hard disk so another installation way are shown below STE…PS 1. go to Disk management in the computer 2. partition the hard drive limit at 750 GB in 1TB or 2TB 3. The remaining 250 are don't allocate it is said to UN-partition state 4. then install deep freeze 4.2 for Windows XP, 6.3 for Windows Vista,7.0 for Windows7 5. After installation system will be restated 6. After the next boot user will set password and set the deep freeze at boot thawed and click restart 7. After the restart go to Disk management and create a new partition for unallocated space 8. then click the deep freeze icon to set Boot frozen then click restart 9. problem cleared these are the simple steps for Hard Disk Freezing Failure (MORE)

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Answer Assuming that the 6-in is the diameter of the column that is 400-ft long. The volume of a cylinder equals the (area of the base)*height = h[pi]r^2 Area… of the base equals area of a circle equals [pi]r^2 r is the radius and equals 1/2 the diameter--.5 ft/2 or .25-ft [pi].25^2 equals .19635 *400-ft equals 78.53982ft� There are 7.48051948 US Gallons per cubic foot 78.53982ft� x 7.48051948 = 587.519 gallons (US Liquid) (MORE)

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Sorry but your question is wrong. FIrst of all, it doesn't make any sense to say one litre of water 1 mm deep. Second, how can it equal to 1 square meter of water? Maybe you …spelled litre wrong and you were trying to say metre. (MORE)

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You cannot answer this question mathematically as you do not know the length of the hole, if it is a square hole (i.e. 1m long) then there was 3m3 of dirt. However if it is …a lateral thinking question then the answer is none. It is a hole, therefore it is empty (MORE)

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One inch = 1/12 foot 1500 x 1/12 = 125 cubic feet sand weighs 100 pounds /cu ft weight = 100 x 125 = 12500 pounds at 2000 lbs/ton that is 12500/2000 = 6.25 tons

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1 acre = 4050 square metres. 1 inch = 2,54 cm = 0.0254 metres Volume of the section = 0.0254 metres * 4050 square metres = 103 cubic metres (to three significant figures) 1 l…itre = 1 cubic decimetre => 1000 cubic decimetres = 1000 litres = 1 cubic metre Thus 103*1000 = 103000 litres in that volume (MORE)