Think of a cubic yard as a box measuring 1 yard long, 1 yard wide and 1 yard deep. A cubic foot is 1 foot long, 1 foot wide and 1 foot deep. You would need 27 cubic feet to equal 1 cubic yard.

It depends upon how deep you want it filled. For example, if you want it filled 6" deep, then the cubic feet would be 175 sq. ft X 0.5 ft. = 87.5 cubic feet. 87.5 cubic feet / 5 cubic feet/bag = 17.5 bags

An acre is a measure of area, not volume, thus it is not correct to say "1 acre deep". It makes no sense. An acre is 43559.66 square feet. So, the number of cubic feet in 1 acre of land that is 1 foot deep would be 43559.66 cubic feet.

One cubic yard of mulch will cover approximately 160 square feet at 2" deep, so you would need approximately two cubic yards of mulch to cover 271 square feet at 2" deep.

10x10xhow deep you want it in fractions of a foot = cubic feet needed. Divide total cubic feet by 27 and you have cubic yards. 1.5`` deep = .125, 3`` deep =.250 4``deep = .333 and 6`` deep = .5

A hole 30 ft long by 6 feet wide by 6 inches deep is 90 cubic feet. 90 cubic feet divided by 27 cubic feet per cubic yard is three and one-third (3.3333) yards.

I cu yd = 27 cu ft you cannot get square feet from cubic yards as square feet is area and yards volume - you need to know how deep the 400 sq feet is - in other words, volume. For example 400 sq feet that is 1 feet deep is 400 cubic feet; then divide by 27 to get cubic yards

27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard Volume of the wall = 10 x 60 x 1 = 600 cubic feet = 222/9 cubic yards. That's the concrete you need if the wall is completely solid.