More accurately, it's a cubic yard.
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.
The weight of a cubic yard of dirt depends on the nature of the dirt and how densely it is packed.
you can't weigh a yard of dirt. Yard is linear measure.
One cubic yard of dirt is equal to 202 gallons or 27 cubic feet. It is also equal to 0.7646 cubic meters or 807.9 quarts.
The answer will depend on the depth to which the dirt is spread.
21.7 bushels in a (cubic) yard of dirt. Or anything else.
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.
yes dirt and gravel are measured the same.
1 yard of dirt = 1.45 tons of dirt The above is a function guideline, but it really depends on the type of dirt in question, and how wet that dirt is. For baseball dirt I like to use 1 yard = 1.3 tons
We need to know "remove it" from what. Also what kind of "dirt", hard packed gravel, topsoils, sand etc.
This answer will vary depending on what type of dirt it is, if it is a yard high, or a yard long, or whether there are particles in the dirt that will cause it to be heavier, such as water. But a normal yard high of dirt and I am assuming this as if it is a yard long and high, would be about ten to twenty pounds. This is answered off of the top of my head, so don't think it as 100% correct. Hope I helped you well enough!
none or it woulnt be a hole
It varies depending on soil type and moisture content, but one ton per yard is a reasonable average.
Assuming that the question is being asked about "dirt"; in the United States, the volume of dirt is calculated in cubic yards. In the rest of the world, the volume of dirt is calculated in cubic meters. A cubic yard of dirt is the volume of dirt that fits in a space 1 yard (36 inches) by 1 yard by 1 yard. A cubic meter is 1M X 1M X 1M.
It's a hole, thus there is no dirt in it. The answer is 0.
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)
I very much doubt anyone sells "dirt" - Landscape companies and the like sell various grades of sand or soil. You need to specefy exactly what you want, and I'm pretty sure "dirt" will not be on their list.
How many pounds are in 10 yards of dirt
This question cannot be answered as a cubic yard is a measure of volume and 40 pounds is a measure of weight.
This probably their is a mole in your yard. They throw up dirt as they dig underground looking for things to eat.