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18 feet = 9 yards

12 feet = 4 yards

9 yards X 4 yards = 36 square yards

A cubic yard is 36" x 36 " x 36 "

36 " / 4" = 9 (4" sections)

Thus, 1 cubic yard has 9 square yard layers which are 4" thick

So, 1 cubic yard will cover 9 square yards 4" thick

So, 4 cubic yards will cover 36 square yards which are each 4" thick

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0This area has a volume of: about 0.764 cubic meters.

That is 4608 cubic feet, so 4608 divided by 27 cubic feet per cubic yard equals 170.6666... cubic yards Answer It depends on what the area is measured in, inches, feet, yards or metres.

1 (cubic yard) = 46 656 cubic inchesIf the depth is 2 inches then the area it will cover is 46656/2 square inches = 23,328 square inches. Convert 23,328 square inches to square yards23 328 (square inches) = 18 square yards

62/3 cubic yards for every 1-foot deep. 5 cubic yards for every 9-inches deep. 31/3 cubic yards for every 6-inches deep. 5/9 cubic yard for every 1-inch deep.

You can't turn square feet into cubic yards. It's like asking how many inches are in a cup. Cubic yards is a measure of volume, and square feet is a measure of surface area.

Sorry the first answer was in square yds. Cubic yards would be 0.308639

This area will require 0.8 cubic yards.

2.407 cubic yards for every 3 inches of depth.

You need 1.11 cubic yards of cement.

105 ft * 84 ft * 3 inches = 105/3 yards * 84/3 yards * 3/36 yards = 35 * 28 / 12 cubic yards = 245 cubic yards.

An area 20ft x 34' is 680 square feet. 4 inches is 1/3 of a foot so cubic feet required is 680 x 1/3 = 226.7 cubic feet. There are 3x3x3 = 27 cubic ft in a cubic yard. Therefore cubic yards required = 226.7/27 = 8.4 cubic yards

There are cubic yards and there are square yards There are no cubic square yards. You can't convert square yards into cubic yards; one measures area, the other measures volume.

multiply the number of square yards - which is an area - by the average height in yards to get the volume in cubic yards

53.33333333 cubic yards. I think. Wouldn't you divide your numbers by three to get yards and then multiply those answers together to get the area in cubic yards??

Apples and oranges. Without knowing how thick the 450 sq. ft. area is or how thick you want it to be you can't convert to cubic yards. A cubic yard has 27 cubic feet. One square foot 3 inches thick would be 1/4 cubic feet. 4 sq. ft. 3 inches thick would be 1 cubic foot. 450 sq. ft. 3 inches thick is 112 1/2 cubic feet or just a bit over 4 cubic yards. 450 sq. ft. 4 inches thick is 150 cubic feet or 5 1/2 cubic yards.

Your question is missing either the width or the depth necessary to calculate the volume. If your space is 14 inches wide, please add the depth to your question. If the space is 14 inches deep, please add the width to your question. Given the stated values, 14/36 x 24/36 = 0.259 yards over the surface. If you measure the depth of the hole, you can convert it to yards and multiply it by 0.259 to find the volume in cubic yards. This doesnt sound to big, By the measurements, I would just use a 25 pound bag of garden soil, also depends how deep this is. Soil is measured in volume i.e. cubic yards. To figure this out from the dimensions given use this formula - length in inches X width in inches X depth in inches = cubic inches. Then divide the cubic inches by 1728 to get cubic feet. Finally divide cubic feet by 27 to get cubic yards. Example - 14 inches X 24 inches X 6 inches = 2016 cubic inches 2016 cu in/1728 = 1.17 cubic feet 1.17 cu ft/27 = 0.04 cubic yards 7

It will take 800 cubic yards 1/3 compaction.

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

Nope - cubic inches represents volume. Squareinches represents area.

Ten cubic yards should do it.

a cubic yard is 27 cubic ftyou have 5,000 cubic ft5,000 / 27 = 185.2 cubic yards

Convert the measurement in square feet to square yards and the thickness in inches to yards. 3 feet = 1 yard 9 square feet = 1 square yard. : 1100 square feet = 1100/9 = 122.2222 sq yards 36 inches = 1 yard 5 inches = 5/36 = 0.13888 yards. The amount of concrete required = 122.2222 x 0.13888 = 16.975 cubic yards In practice, an order would be sent for 17 cubic yards of concrete.

12 feet = 4 yards 8 inches = .2222 yards (8inches/36inches) 4 yards x 4 yards x 0.22222 yards = 3.5555 yards

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