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# How many yards of stonedust are in one ton?

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###### Wiki User

###### June 02, 2007 10:16PM

It varies greatly One yard -- it's actually a cubic yard -- of stone dust weighs anywhere from 1.2 to 1.4 tons. Let's split the difference and say 1.3 tons. So, if we take the reciprocal of that figure -- 1/1.3 -- we get 0.769 cubic yards per ton.

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A ton is a unit of weight--- 2000 pounds.
A square yard is a unit of area.
Perhaps you meant cubic yards, which is a unit of volume and
more related to weight.
For example it would make sense to ask how many cubic yards of
concrete are in a ton.
But , unfortunately, your question, as stated. is
incomprehensible.