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# How many 2 cubic feet equals bags of mulch equals 6 cubic yards?

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81. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard

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1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet, thus 1 cubic feet = 1/27 cubic yards and 2 cubic feet = 2/27 cubic yards (1 bag of mulch) Landscapers speak in yards of mulch needed for a garden. They are referring to cubic yards. A bag of mulch is 2 cubic feet, so you would need 13.5 bags of mulch to equal 1 cubic yard (yard of mulch)

When it comes to mulch or concrete, a so-called "yard"actually means a "cubic yard".1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet2 cubic yards = 54 cubic feet...6 cubic yards = 162 cubic feet ( = 81 bags )

1 cubic yard is 3x3x3 = 27 cubic feet 49 yards = 49x27 = 1323 cubic feet 1323/2 = 661 bags - that is a lot of bags! Make sure by yards you mean actual cubic yards, not linear yards, in which case you need to know depth and width of mulch as well

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 4 cubic yards = 108 cubic feet Since each bag contains 2 cubic feet of mulch, the required number of bags is 108/2 which is 54

You need10.8/(the number of cubic feet of sand in each bag) bags.

Since 5 cubic yard equals 15 cubic feet, you will need (8) 2 cubic feet bags to cover 5 cubic yards

Nine 3 cubic feet bags equals one cubic yard. There are 27 cubic feet in one cubic yard. 27/3=9

Well, gee, I think that would be 2 bags. But if you have found a bag that is 2 cubic yards, that is ONE HUGE BAG...Enough to fill the back of a pick-up truck. I think you better look into your phrasing, one cubic yard of mulch will cover 100 square feet, or an area that is 10' x 10'. IMPROVED ANSWER: I think you mean that 1 bag of mulch will cover 2 cubic feet. That's the standard bag sold at Lowes &amp; Home Depot. 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet (3'x3'x3'=27). Therefore 4 cubic yards is equal to 108 cubic feet. You would need 54 bags (108/2=54).

1.8 Cubic yards of concrete is 48.6 cubic feet. Each 80lb bag of concrete is .6 cubic feet. Therefore, you would need 81 bags. Hope that helps. GEO

It would depend on what size of bag, 60lb or 80lb.one 60lb bag usually yeilds about 0.45 cubic feet once mixed (this will vary slightly depending on how much water you add). So 42 bags times 0.45 cubic feet equals 18.9 cubic feet. there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard, so divide 18.9 by 27 and you get about0.7 cubic yards.if you had 42 bags that weighed 80lbs. then you'd have about 25.2 cubic feet or about0.93 cubic yards

You need (182/3) divided by (cubic feet of mulch in each bag) bags.

0.02 Cubic yards it takes approximately 50 bags(40lbs) to equal 1 cubic yard.(~2000lbs) If you were thinking Sq yards then its ~ 2 bags for proper coverage

1.5 divided by the volume of your bag in cubic yards. 40.5 divided by the volume of your bag in cubic feet.

You don't use bags for mulch. You buy bags OF mulch. And you can get them at the box stores at the right time of year.

Cubic feet needed is the thickness is 4 inches:416Cubic yards:15.3660 pound bags92580 pound bags 694

You can either do it manually with this calculation: Length x Width x Depth -- for depth, this would be a fraction of a foot In your case= 5x19x(2/12) = 15.8333 CUBIC FEET --- about 8 bags of 2 cu. ft or 6 bags of 3 cu. ft mulch To find cubic yards (there are 27 cu. ft in a cubic yd), you would divide 15.83/27 so it is about .6 cubic yards if you were to oreter OR To simplify things (for the next time since I gave you the answer) is to use this tool --- http://www.barnesnursery.com/calculator.htm You can calculate rectangular areas, circular areas, or triangular areas and you can adjust the depth.... it even breaks it down to bags of mulch needed or how many pickup truck loads you would need

Depends on the size of the bag. BUT, typical bags of mulch at places such as Home Depot weigh about 40 pounds and contain 2 cubic feet of mulch.

I'm not sure you asked this correctly since a 24 cubic foot bag would be extremely large. You would only need 1 and 1/8 bags. If you meant 2.4 cubic feet bags, you would need 11.25 or 12 bags.

It depends on the size of the bag of mulch. If the bags are 3 cu.ft., 9 bags equal 1 yard, but if the bags are 2 cu.ft., approximately 13-14 bags equal 1 yard.

15.21 cubic yards 1369 40lb bags 913 60lb bags and only 685 of the 80lb bags.

4.5 "six square foot" bags equal a cubic yard (27 cubic feet) of volume capacity.

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