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area of your yard, area of your house, area of your room, and a nine by nine from subway.

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Quarts are a liquid measure a cubic yard is a solid measure, There are 4 quarters in a cubic yard.

None. Cubic yards is a measure of volume & a yard is a measure of a linear distance.

Cubic feet measure volume and yards measure length, so they cannot be compared. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.

A cubic foot is a measure of volume. A yard is a measure of length. Therefore, the two units are incompatible. The corresponding unit to a cubic foot is a cubic yard. One cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet.

A "yard of gravel" is a measure of volume, not a measure of area. There are 27 cubic feet (3x3x3 feet) in a yard of gravel, or one cubic yard.

No. They don't even measure the same thing. A cubic foot is a measure of volume. A yard is a measure of length.

None. A cubic yard equals 9 cubic feet. Square feet is a measure of area, while cubic feet is a measure of volume.

This is not a valid conversion. Cubic units is a measure of volume while square units is a measure of area.

A cubic yard is a measure of volume, however a yard is a measure of length.Think of a cubic yard as a box measuring 1 yard long, 1 yard wide and 1 yard deep.Volume and length are not the same, therefore one can not equal the other.

A cubic yard measure 3ft by 3ft by 3ft. So, 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.

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A square foot is a two-dimensional measure; a cubic yard is a three-dimensional measure. The two are not comparable.

None, since there can be no conversion.A ton is a measure of mass. A cubic yard is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.

yes dirt and gravel are measured the same.

False. Cubic feet are a 3-dimensional measure, a yard is a linear measure so there can be no conversion.

None, since there can be no conversion.A ton is a measure of mass. A cubic yard is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.

None, since there can be no conversion.A pound is a measure of mass. A cubic yard is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.

You don't convert cubic measure to square measure. It just doesn't make sense. Think of a square yard as being "infinitely thin".

This question can't be answered. "Square feet" is a measure of area. "Cubic yards" are a measure of volume. Assuming you meant cubic feet, there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.

None, since there can be no conversion.A pound is a measure of mass. A cubic yard is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.

It depends on the density of the material. Cubic yards is a measure of volume. Pounds is a measure of weight. For example, one cubic yard of feathers will weigh fewer pounds than one cubic yard of lead.

Since one yard has 36 inches, a cubic yard has (36 cubed) cubic inches.

A kilogram is a measure of mass. A cubic yard is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider a cubic yard of air. How many kilograms? Next consider a cubic yard of lead. How many kilograms?

Insufficient data to answer, a cubic yard is a measure of volume (3feet x 3feet x 3feet); whereas a ton is a measure of mass/weight (2000 pounds). Different materials have different weights. A "yard" of feathers will weigh a lot less than a "yard" of mud. A cubic yard in shiping is counted as a ton.

There are no gallons in a square yard. A square yard has no depth, while gallons measure volume. However, you can ask how many gallons are in a cubic yard. There are 201.97 US gallons in a cubic yard.