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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.

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0If the 1 cubic yard is in the form of a cube. Then its surface area is 6 square yards.

Cubic yards is a measure of volume and square yards is a unit of area. The two are not directly convertible.

A cubic yard is a unit of volume. A square yard is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

A square yard is a unit of area. A cubic yard is a unit of volume. The two units are therefore incompatible.

None. 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 1 cubic foot = 0.037 cubic yard (rounded)

there are 3 feet in 1 yard and therefore 9 square feet in 1 square yard and 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard. 120/27= (4 and 4/9) cubic yards.

Cubic feet and square yards are different dimensions and cannot be equated.

1 cubic yard of crushed rock fills 3/depth in feet square yards.

9 square feet per yard x 3 =27 or 27 cubic feet per cubic yard

square yard is a unit of area and has no thickness. there would be an infinite number of square yards in 10 cubic yards. apples to oranges.

1 cubic yard (yd3) = 27 cubic feet (ft3) There is no conversion for cubic yards to square feet, the units are incompatible

7 feet by 14 feet = 98 square feet 98 square feet by 4 feet = 392 cubic feet There are 9 square feet in a square yard, and there are 29 cubic feet in a cubic yard.... so 392 cubic feet = 14.519 cubic yards

There are 27 square feet in one cubic yard. This works out to be 10 cubic yards.

9 yards * 7 yards * 11 yards = 63 square yards * 11 yards = 693 cubic yards, which is about 530 cubic meters.

You must mean square yards, which is area. Cubic yards are volume. You have a 10x30feet area, and 10x30=300 so you have 300 square feet. There are 3 feet in a yard, so there are 3x3feet in a square yard, so 9 square feet in a square yard. 300 square feet * (1 yard / 9 square feet) = 33 1/3 square yards. Now if you really wanted cubic yards, you might measure the depth of water when your lawn floods, convert it to yards, then multiply by 33 1/3 and that's how much water you've got, expressed in cubic yards.

Square yards or square feet and cubic feet or cubic yards do not convert. Square is a measurement of area, and cubic is a measurement of volume. One cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet, and 1 square yard equals 9 square feet. Sand, dirt, concrete, debris, etc. are measured in cubic yards. To determine how many square yards a cubic yard of something will cover, you must first determine how thick a layer will be. For instance, using a single cubic yard of concrete, a concrete slab 3 feet thick will cover an area of 9 square feet or 1 square yard, while that same cubic yard of concrete, if poured only 1 foot thick, would cover 27 square feet of area. The area covered cannot be converted directly to cubic units until the factor of depth is included in the calculation.

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

A yard of concrete is actually a cubic yard. To find the total cubic yards divide the total cubic feet which is 240 by 27 to convert it to cubic yards. You would need 8.89 yards of concrete.

None. Cubic yards is a measure of volume & a yard is a measure of a linear distance.

A yard, or cubic yard, is 27 cubic feet, so 1 cubic foot would be 1/27 cubic yard, or 0.037 cubic yards.

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?

There are no feet in a cubic yard.1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet12 cubic yards = 324 cubic feet

square feet are units for area, and cubic yards are units for volume, it cannot be done

First, make sure you're using the right units of measurement. "Yards" measure length, while "cubic feet" measure volume. I think you mean cubic yards. In this case, you first need to figure out how many cubic feet are in a cubic yard. Just like there are 3 feet in one yard, there are 9 square feet in 1 square yard (3^2 feet = 1^2 yards). So, there are 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard (3^3 feet = 1^3 yards). Since you are looking for cubic yards in 12 cubic feet, and 12 is less than 27, you can see that the number of cubic yards will be less than 1. Specifically, it will be the fraction 12/27 cubic yards, which reduces to 4/9 cubic yards.

1 cubic yard/(1/9 of a yard) = 9 square yards.

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