# 200 ft long 10 ft wide 18 inches deep put into cubic yards?

200 times 10 times 1.5 (18 inches equals 1.5 feet) divided by 27 (number of cubic feet in a cubic yard equals 111.11

# What is the volume of sand needed to fill an area 80' x 50f' and 10 deep?

I wasn't sure is fhe 10 was for inches or feet, so both calculations are below..
10 inches deep:.
80 x 50 x 1 = 4000cf x 10/12 = 40000 / 12 = 3333.334 cubic feet of sand.
1…0 feet deep:.
80 x 50 x 10 = 40,000 cubic feet of sand

# How much sand do you need to fill a sandbox 10 feet long 10 feet wide and 12 inches high?

10 ft x 10 ft x 12"(1 ft) = 100 cubic feet or 4 cubic yards (3ft x 3ft x 3ft = 27 cu ft or 1 cu yd))

# How many yards of sand is needed to fill a 18 x 33 foot pool 2 inches deep?

If it's a rectangular pool it will be about 3.7 yards. If oval, a little less.

# How many gallons of water is needed to fill a 10 ft round x 30 in deep pool?

http://mathcentral.uregina.ca/QQ/database/QQ.09.06/h/maria4.html.
I found some information using the above web-site. Hope it helps!

# Concrete driveway that is 54 ft 2 in long and 7 ft 10 in wide by 4 inches deep What is the square yards of concrete you will need?

Not square yards, but Approx. 5.24 cubic yards.
54'2" = 650" x.
7'10" = 94" x.
4" = 4" =.
244,400 cubic inches /.
46,656 cubic inches = 1 cubic yard (36" x 36" x 36")=.
…5.24 cubic yards

# How many yards of sand do you need to fill a sand box that is 6ft x 6ft x 4 inches deep?

i dont think you phrased your question correctly

# How many bags of dirt are needed to fill a hole 27 ft long 4 ft wide and 6 inches deep?

You will need 20 cubic yards of dirt, which is 2 loads in a tandem dump truck.

# How many yards of sand do you need to fill a sand box 8 ft long by 8 ft wide by 12 inches deep?

8ft Wide by 8ft Long by 1ft Deep is 64sq/ft. A yard of sand is 36sq/ft. You will need a little less than 2sq/yards (72sq/ft). -----------------------------------------…--------------- We're talking about volume, not area, so 8x8x1 = 64 cubic feet, not sq. ft. A "yard" of sand actually means a cubic yard and is 3ft x 3ft x 3ft = 27 cubic feet, not 36 sq/ft. So you need 64/27 or a little over 2 1/3 cubic yards of sand.

# How many yards of sand do you need to fill a pit that is 50 yards long x 5 yards wide and 10 inches deep?

50 x 5 x 0.33333r = 83 cubic yards

# How many dump truck loads of sand in a 10 cubic yard truck will it take to fill up a 60 ft diameter round pen 4 inches deep?

The first thing you need to do is get all of your measurements into the same unit. Your round pen has a diameter (D) of 60 ft = 720 in which gives a radius (R) of 720 / 2 in …= 360 in and a height (H) of 4 in. This gives the volume of your pen as Pi * RĂ‚Â˛ * H = Pi * 360 in * 360 in * 4 in = 1628602 in Ă‚Âł 1 Cubic Yard is 36 inches * 36 inches * 36 inches = 46656 inĂ‚Âł 10 Cubic Yards is 466560 inĂ‚Âł You would need 1628602 / 466560 truck fulls of sand = 3.490659

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# How much sand need for a 6 ft x 6 ft x 10 in deep?

Convert everything to feet (10 inches = 10/12 feet), and multiply. The result will be in cubic feet.

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# How many 50 pound bags of sand do you need to fill a sandbox that is 86 inches long x 45 inches wide x 6 inches deep?

That depends on how many cubic feet of sand fit in that 50 pound bag. I can get you close, but cannot give the final answer. First convert your dimensions of the sandbox to fe…et. 86 inches = 86 / 12 = 7.166 feet 45 inches = 45 / 12 = 3.75 feet 6 inches = 6 / 12 = 0.50 feet Multiply the 3 together to determine the total cubic footage required... 7.166 * 3.75 * 0.5 = 13.437375 cubic feet. Once you know how many cubic feet are in your sandbag --- call it X, you determine your needed number of bags by dividing 13.437375 by X. Hope this helps.

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# How many yards of sand do you need to fill a sand box that is 6ft wide x 6 ft long x 10 inches deep?

There are three feet = 36 inches per yard. Thus the number of cubic yards of sand required for the specified box = (6/3)(6/3)(10/36) = 1 cubic yard, to the justified number of… significant digits, or 1.111111. . . cubic yards if the integers stated in the problem are considered exact.

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# How many yards of sand do you need to fill a 10 ft x 10 ft x 8 inch deep sand box?

10 x 10 x 2/3 ie 66.67 cu ft = 66.67/27 cu yds, call it 2-and-a-half.

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# How many yards of sand do you need 10 fill a 10 ft x 15 ft x 8 inch deep sand box?

A "yard" of sand really means a cubic yard (in other words, the equivalent of a cube that is 3 feet on each side). Thus a cubic yard has a volume of 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubic feet.… The sandbox is 10 x 15 x 2/3 feet = 100 cubic feet. (The figure of 2/3 is because 8 inches = 2/3 of a foot. It's the same as simplifying the fraction 8/12). You need 100 cubic feet. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard. Therefore, you need 100/27 = 3.7 yards.