Q: How much area does a yard of concrete cover at six inches deep?

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2.2 Yards

800 C feet

6x18=108sqft 108divided by 80=1.35yards

A cubic foot is 12" thick 12" wide and 12" deep. .45 cubic feet per 60# bag of concrete

How deep do you want the concrete to be?

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about 17 yards of concrete (it's sold by the cubic yard)

If it is the same as concrete it will cover 162 square feet. concrete covers 81 square feet by 4" deep

That depends on how DEEP you want the concrete !

A yard of Concrete is 3ft x 3ft x 3ft volume. It is usually poured over a 2" gravel sand mix for an additional four inches. So it should cover 36 "/4" = 9 (x 3ft x 3ft), or 81sq ft.The 'square feet' of area that it covers is 324/(depth of the concrete, in inches)

27 cu. ft in 1 yard, 4 into 12 3 times, 27x3=81. 81 sq. ft .

4.4 bags for each 1-foot deep. 2.2 bags for each 6-inches deep. Each 5-ft3 bag will cover the area to 2.72 inches deep.

How deep do you want that ?If you want it 1.6 inches deep, then it can cover 1 square foot.If you want it 10-ft deep, then it can't cover that much area.

0.246914 cu. yards (6.666667 cu. ft ) of concrete is needed.

A Yard of Concrete? what unit is this? Linear? Cubic? Front yard or back? I suppose it is a Cubic Yard of Concrete. The answer is (36/3)*9 = 108sf

160 cubic inches / (1/8 inches) = 160*8 = 1280 sq inches

Approximately 6' X 9'.

5 yds - One yard of concrete will cover approximately 81 square feet 4" deep.