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It depends of course a bit on the size of the wheelbarrow and on how high you want to pile up the sand. But a typical wheelbarrow might hold about 85 liters of sand. 1 cub…ic meter equals 1,000 liters. So you would need about 12 wheelbarrow loads to get 1 cubic meter. (MORE)

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The answer depends on how deep the coverage will be. River Rock weighs 2,800 LBS. per cubic yard - That's 1.4 tons per cubic yard. One ton = 2,000 LBS. 2,000 d…ivided by 2,800 equals roughly 0.71. So one ton of river rock is roughly 0.71 cubic yards. 0.71 cubic yards covers roughly 230 square feet 1" deep 0.71 cubic yards covers roughly 115 square feet 2" deep 0.71 cubic yards covers roughly 77 square feet 3" deep 0.71 cubic yards covers roughly 57 square feet 4" deep 0.71 cubic yards covers roughly 38 square feet 5" deep (MORE)

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NEVA test is standing for Never Enter Virtual Answers witch means never answer a question on Answers.com

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River Marne River Yser River Aisne River Meuse River Danube

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The theme for chapters 1-10 in Green Days By The River is laying the foundation of the transition from youth to adulthood. The overall theme is that of a soap-opera.

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Only two of Cleopatra's maids' names have come down to us and they are the ones who died with her, Iras and Charmion. Neva sounds like a name from a fiction book.

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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Marne Riveris where the US 3rd Infantry Division helped the French stop the German advance. The Division's nickname is now "The Rock of the Marne".

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The cost to have one ton of river rock delivered and installed will cost about $140. However, if two tons are delivered, it will cost about $210.

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4