How big is a 15 cubic yard containerhow can I tell if the container is 15 or 12 cubic yards if there is no writing on the container?
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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 equals the number of cubic centimetres in a cubic yard.. 2.54 x 2.54 x 2.54 x 36 x 36 x 36 = 764,554.857984 cc/yd cubed.. Divide by 1000 to… get 764,554857984 litres.. Divide by 1000 to get 0.764554857984 metres cubed in one cubic yard.. To answer the original question, 1 / 0.764554857984 = 1.3079506193143922314977040871853 cubic yards in a cubic metre. 1 cubic metre = 1.308 cu yards. ( Full Answer )
Answer . MULTIPLY BY 27. 3x3x3=27cubic feet. Answer: . A cubic yard is 3 feet wide by 3 feet long by 3 feet deep, so a cubic yard = 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubic feet.
1 yard = 36 inches 1 cubic yard = 1yard x 1yard x 1yard = 36 x 36 x 36 = 46656 cubic inches Similarly 1 inch = 1/36 yard 1 cubic inch = (1/36) x (1/36) x (1/36) = 1/46656 cubic yard
1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 1 cubic foot = 0.037 cubic yard (rounded)
One cubic yard contains 27 cubic feet. That is because a yard is 3 feet, and 3 cubed is 27.
192. 12' X 12' X 4' = 576 cubic feet. 576 / 3 = 192
for a concrete order, I would calculate the cubic footage first: 15 X 31 X 0.33 (4 inches) =153.45 cubic feet. there are 27 cubic feet in one cubic yard, so 154 (round up in construction--believe me..) again 154 divide by 27 is a concrete order of 5.703 cubic yards.. cheers mate!
One cubic yard, a measure of volume, is 36 inches wide by 36 inches tall by 36 inches deep. 1 yard 3
100/3 ft x 100/3 ft x 15/3 ft = 150000/27 cu ft = 5555.55 + cubic feet
You have a flat area of 15 feet times 15 feet = 225 square feet.. You want to convert this to a volume of cubic yards?. Impossible.
You can't really convert it. They are two different things. Yards is just a measurement. It is just like inches. Ex: This beam is 7 yards long. Cubic yards is the volume of an object. Ex: All the sides of the cube are 2 yards. In order to find the volume, you multiply the length, width, and heigh…t of the cube.Therefore, the cube's volume is 8 cubic yards. I don't really know how to say it, but that yards is one thing and cubic yards is another thing. They don't relate that much. There is no possible conversion. ( Full Answer )
1 cubic yard is 46656 cubic inches.. Scroll down to related links and look at "Conversions of volume and capacity units".
Do divide your number of feet by three because there are three feet in a yard u multiply the height and the width
Square yards is a measurement of area , cubic yard is a measurement of volume - they don't equal each other.. \nA cubic yard is a cube which measures 3 feet on all sides, so it is 27 cubic feet. It's about three quarters of a cubic metre â 764 litres.
None . There are no yards in a cubic yard , because a yard is a linear unit of distance, whereas a cubic yard is a spacial unit of volume.. A cubic yard is the volume occupied by a cube that measures one yard -- that's one linear yard -- on each edge. Since a linear yard equals three line…ar feet, a cubic yard is equal to 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubic feet. ( Full Answer )
That is not possible. Yards is a measure of length or distance. cubic yards belong to a measure of a volume. That does not go together.
1 cubic yard is 27 cubic feet.. 1 cubic foot is 0.03703703704 cubic yards.. Scroll down to related links and look at "Conversions of volume and capacity units".
A yard is 91.44 cm One cubic yard is 91.44x91.44x91.44=764554.857984 cubic cm, or .765 cubic meters. Concrete and sand are often measured in cubic yards. In metric countries it is measured in cubic meters. Roughly there are 1.3 cubic yards in a cubic meter.
You need to know the depth of area to be filled first. A cubic yard is a cube measuring 1 yard on each side. So for instance if you are filling a hole that is 2 yards by 2 yards big and 1 yard deep you would need 4 cubic yards of material.
351 cubic feet or 2626 gallons. Say its 6' tall and 6' wide then its about 10 long
A cubic yard is an Imperial / U.S. customary (non-SI non-metric) unit of volume, used in the United States. It is defined as the volume of a cube with sides of 1 yard in length.\n1 yard = 3 feet or 36 inches or 0.9144 metres\n. \nA cubic foot is an Imperial and U.S. customary unit of volume, used i…n the United States, Canada and the UK. It is defined as the volume of a cube with sides of 1 foot in length.\n1 foot = 0.3048 m\n. \n1 Cubic Yard = 27 Cubic Feett. ( Full Answer )
Do the math...1 yd=3 ft. So, 3'x3'x3'=27 cu ft (or 1 cu yd). 27 cu ft x 12 cu yd=324 cu ft!
When referring to garden or building materials such as top soil, ready-mix concrete, etc., the term yard is usually used as an abbreviation of cubic yard. In actuality, yard is a length or distance equal to three feet or 36 inches, and a cubic yard is a volume equivalent to a cube one yard long,… one yard wide, and one yard deep. ( Full Answer )
1 cubic yard is 27 cubic feet. Divide cubic feet by 27 to calculate cubic yards.
1 mile = 1,760 yards. (1mi x 1mi x 1mi) = 1 mi 3 = (1,760yd x 1,760yd x 1,760yd) = 5,451,776,000 yd 3.seth .
5,000 cubic yards is the same volume as 135,000 cubic feet.. If you woke up one morning and saw this gigantic ice cube out on your front lawn, and it was 51 feet long, 51 feet wide, and 51 feet high (over 3 stories), it would add up to about 5,000 cubic yards of ice, before it melted.
1 cubic yard = (3 x 3 x 3) = 27 cubic ft. 20 ft x 7 ft x 5 ft = 700 cubic ft = (700 / 27) = 25.926 cubic yards (rounded)
Yes. Say you have 1 cubic yard, 1 yard x 1 yard x 1 yard. To change it to feet, you have 3 feet x 3 feet x 3 feet = 27 cubic feet.
The meter is a bit more than a yard, so a cubic meter will have a bit more than a cubic yard in it. The cubic meter is actually about 1.30795 cubic yards, so since we're just doing a "ball park" estimate, our guess that a cubic meter is about the same as a cubic yard is only off a bit. A cubic meter… is about 1.3 cubic yards if you wish to get a bit more specific. ( Full Answer )
1 (cubic yard) . 0.764554858 cubic meters ==. I got this by typing 1 cubic yard in cubic meters into the Google search box
100 micrograms of a drug are contained in 2 cubic centimeters How many cubic centimeters are contained in 15 micrograms?
So your ratio is 100 to 2 and to apply this to 15:x.15/100, x2 is 0.3 centimetres cubed.
Each yard has 3 feet. Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards. Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards. Each yard has 3 feet. Either divide by 3 before mul…tiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards. Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards. Each yard has 3 feet. Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards. Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards. Each yard has 3 feet. Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards. Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards. ( Full Answer )
You cannot convert square yards to cubic yards. One is a measure of area and the other is a measure of volume. If you have a cube with edges 3 yards long the area of each face will be 3 x 3 = 9 square yards. The volume of the cube will be 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubic yards. Was it perhaps something along t…hese lines that you meant? ( Full Answer )
Since 1 yard equals 0.9144 meters, 2.5 cubic yards x 0.9144 x 0.9144 x 0.9144 = 1.9114 cubic meters.
There are 3 feet in 1 yard, so 3 3 = 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard. Therefore divide cft by 27.
One cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. 1 cubic foot is equal to 1/27 of a cubic yard.
Three feet equal one yard so... 12' = 4 yards and 15' = 5 yards. 4 yards x 5 yards = 20 square yards.
If you want to convert x cubic yards to cubic metres you multiply x with 0.764554, because 1 ydÂ³ = 0.764554 mÂ³. Example: 15 ydÂ³ = 15 * 0.764554 mÂ³ = 11,46831 m 3
None. Cubic yards is a measure of volume & a yard is a measure of a linear distance.
Yards is a measurement of distance - Tons is a measurement of weight - the two are not interchangeable.
6 2 / 3 cubic yards for every 1-foot deep. 5 cubic yards for every 9-inches deep. 3 1 / 3 cubic yards for every 6-inches deep. 5 / 9 cubic yard for every 1-inch deep.
1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 15 cubic yards = 405 cubic feet Volume = (L x W x D) = 405 cubic feet If D = 1 foot, then (L x W) = 405 square feet
A litre is a measure of volume in 3 dimensional space. So a cubic litre would be a volume in 9-dimensional hyperspace. Assuming you meant litres and not cubic litres, the answer is 1 cubic yard = 764.55 litres
There are no feet in a cubic yard. 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 12 cubic yards = 324 cubic feet
Neither is longer. Length is linear measurement which has only one dimension. Cubic measure is for volume which is three dimensional. A cubic metre is a greater volume than a cubic yard
First, make sure you're using the right units of measurement. "Yards" measure length, while "cubic feet" measure volume. I think you mean cubic yards. In this case, you first need to figure out how many cubic feet are in a cubic yard. Just like there are 3 feet in one yard, there are 9 square feet i…n 1 square yard (3^2 feet = 1^2 yards). So, there are 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard (3^3 feet = 1^3 yards). Since you are looking for cubic yards in 12 cubic feet, and 12 is less than 27, you can see that the number of cubic yards will be less than 1. Specifically, it will be the fraction 12/27 cubic yards, which reduces to 4/9 cubic yards. ( Full Answer )
There are approximately 7.48 US Gallons in a cubic foot. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard. So there are approximately 201.96 gallons in a cubic yard.
1 yard = 36 inches 12 cubic yards = 12 x 36 x 36 x 36 cubic inches
Depends on whether it is liquid or dry gallons. Dry: 2.33335505 ftÂ³ Liquid: 2.005208333 ftÂ³
The minimum amount of cardboard required to enclose a volume of 15 cubic yards is 29.41 sq yards. That is for a spherical shape - perhaps not the most practical shape! A cardboard cube will require 36.49 sq yards. There is no maximum amount since you could increase the area without limit while redu…cing the height. ( Full Answer )