# How much cubic feet of dirt do you need to fill an area 144 square feet 6 inches deep?

6 in = 1/2 ft

Thus volume to fill is:

144 sq ft x 1/2 ft = 72 cu ft

So you'll need 72 cubic feet of dirt.

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