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# How many cubic feet is in 6 cubic yards?

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1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet6 cubic yards = 6 x 27 = 162 cubic feet

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Six cubic yards equals 162 cubic feet.

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The question can not be answered. You would have to specify 6 cubic yards. How many cubic feet are in a cubic yard? Multiply that by the number of cubic yards. You must know how many cubic feet are in a cubic yard, right?

Assuming you are saying 6 feet, the answer is 3351 cubic yards.

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 )

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.

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet1 acre = 43,560 square feetVolume = (6 x 43,560) x (3) = 784,080 cubic feet = 29,040 cubic yards

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 0.6 cubic yards = 16.2 cubic feet 38 cubic feet = 1.407 cubic yards (rounded)

6 inches = 0.5 feet 256 square feet * 0.5 = 128 cubic feet There are 27 cubit feet in a cubic yard (3 feet x 3 feet x 3 feet), so 128 cubic feet = 4.741 cubic yards.

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet700 square feet x 1/2 foot = 350 cubic feet = 1226/27 cubic yards(12.963 cubic yards, rounded)

1 yard = 3 feet1 foot = 12 inches make the transformations accordingly

A yard is 3 feet - so it is 6 feet wide by 9 feet by 3 feet = 162 cubic feet

144 ft = 48 yards 6 inches = 1/6 yards 4 feet = 4/3 yards So volume = 48*1/6*4/3 = 32/3 = 102/3 cubic yards.

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)

6 inches = 0.5 foot27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yardVolume = (640 x 0.5) = 320 cubic feet = 1123/27 cubic yards = 11.852 (rounded)

I think you mean 6 inches thick, not 6 feet thick. You would need 200 cubic feet, or 7.4 cubic yards.

Approximately 15 cubic yards of concrete are needed for the new sidewalk. Volume of concrete needed = 4 feet x 200 feet x .5 feet = 400 cubic feet 400 cubic feet = 400/27 cubic yards = 14.82 cubic yards

You need just over 7 cubic yards of concrete. The volume you want to fill is 190 cubic feet. A cubic yard is 27 cubic feet. 190 divided by 27 is 7.037

6 inches = 1/2 foot.27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard60-ft x 30-ft x 1/2 ft = 900 cubic feet = 331/3 cubic yards

336 square feet X .5 feet = 168 cubic feet 168 cubic feet / 27 cubic feet per cubic yard = 6.22 cubic yards.

27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yardVolume = (26-ft x 23-ft x 1/2-ft) = 299 cubic feet = 112/27 cubic yards

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