Math and Arithmetic
How many cubic yards are in a volume of 120 ft x 40 ft x 1 ft?
How many cubic yards are in a 12 x 2 x 5 foot form?
Assuming that the form is a parallelepiped, its volume in cubic feet is the product of its three dimensions in feet: 12 X 2 X 5 = 120 cubic feet. There are 27 cubic feet per cubic yard; therefore, the volume in cubic yards is 120/27 = 4 cubic yards, to the justified number of significant digits. If the dimensions given are considered exact, the answer is 4 and four-ninths cubic yards.
Asked in Area, Football Field Measurements
How many cubic yards are in 120 yards long and 53 yards wide?
How many cubic yards of air are there in a room 120 yards long and 53 yards wide?
Asked in Area, Volume, Football Field Measurements
How many cubic yards of air are there in a room 120 yards long and 53 13 yards wide?
How many gallons of water will fill a pool 120 yrd long 54 yrd wide and 8 feet deep?
Asked in Area
How many square yards is 48 inches x 8 inches x 120 inches?
Asked in Area, Compost and Mulch
Does 3 yards equal 1 cubic yard?
No. A yard is a measure of distance. A cubic yard is a measure of volume. They do not equate. ----------- Answer 2: ----------- No, but some people (including some people who sell soil products) refer to cubic yards as yards (for example: "3 yards of compost will cost you 120$" or "The compost is 40$ per yard.").
How many yards of dirt in a 120 feet round circle?
The question doesn't say it, so we'll assume that a "120 feet circle" means that the diameter is 120-ft, i.e. the distance all the way across, through the center. Area of the circle = pi R2 = 3,600 pi square feet. If the dirt is one inch deep, then the volume is (3,600 pi) / 12 cubic feet = 34.907 cubic yards. (rounded) The answer is: 34.907 cubic yards (rounded) for every inch the dirt is deep.
Asked in Units of Measure, Volume
How many cubic yards in 120 feet by 50 feet at four inches deep?
Very close to 74 cubic yards. Here's the math . . . All dimensions have to be in the same units, so convert 4 inches to feet. 4in/12in per ft=0.333 feet. Find the volume in cubic feet. 120' x 50' x 0.333' = 2,000 cubic feet, more or less. There are 27 cubic feet within each cubic yard, so divide 2000CF/27CF per CY = 74.07 CY (cubic yards).