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You can measure the surface of the dirt in square yards. That would be nine square feet.

However the volume or amount of dirt cannot be measured in square yards or square feet. The amount of dirt in a volume of one cubic yard would be 27 cubic feet. ( 3x3x3=27 )

The amount of dirt in a square yard to a depth of 0.5 feet would be 4.5 cubic feet. (3x3x0.5=4.5)

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1 square yard of dirt covers up to 9 square feet of ground.

There is no exact way to determine how much a yard of dirt will weigh. It really depends on the content of the dirt.

A cubic yard of dirt is all you need.

27 square feet. A "yard" is a short form of "cubic yard" of something...dirt, concrete, etc. A cubic yard is 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubic feet.

The weight of a cubic yard of dirt depends on the nature of the dirt and how densely it is packed.

1 square yard of area = 9 square feet of area, even if there's nothing in the area.

One "yard" of dirt (meaning one cubic yard) contains 46,656 cubic inches. Spread 8 inches thick this will cover 5832 square inches or 40.5 square feet.

1 cubic yard of covers 27/depth in feet square feet.

There are nine square feet in one square yard.

1 square yard = 0.836 square metres, approx.

There are 9 square feet in one square yard.

9 square feet = 1 square yard.

One square yard is nine square feet.

There are nine square feet in one square yard.

you can't weigh a yard of dirt. Yard is linear measure.

Grams and ounces are weight and meter and yard are area. If there was a square meter of something, dirt, 1 centimerer thick, you would have to know the weight of the dirt, convert grams to ounces and square meter to square yardage. As stated, the question is pretty pointless.

A square yard.A square yard.A square yard.A square yard.

You are mixing volume (square yard) and area (length x width). How deep do you want the dirt? One foot deep you need about 80 square yards of dirt.

300 lbs

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When a person speaks of a 'yard' of dirt, sand, cement or similar material, they actually mean a 'cubic yard'. A yard is a measurement of length. A cubic yard is a measurement of volume.60 (cubic) yards of dirt is the equivalent of 1,620 cubic feet of dirt.One cubic yard is measured as an amount that is 3 feet wide x 3 feet long x 3 feet high, or 27 cubic feet.60 cubic yards equals 27 cubic feet x 60, which equals 1,620 cubic feet.If you spread 60 cubic yards of dirt one foot thick you'd have an area of 1,620 square feet.If you spread this dirt 6 inches thick you'd have an area of 3,240 square feet.

There are 9 square feet in a square yard, so divide the price per square yard by 9. 30.98/9=3.44222222222

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I can only imagine that you mean sq yd, referring to the square yard. A square yard is a square of area where each side is 1 yard in length.

The answer will depend on the depth to which the dirt is spread.