Q: What does a concrete slab 480 square feet at 4 inches deep cost?

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2.2222222201902215 cubic yards

40.1 cubic yards

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

If it is 4 inches deep/thick, 2 cubic yards. If it is 6 inches deep/thick, 3 cubic yards.

that's 250 times .33 divided by .6 times 80. 82.5/.6=137.5x80=11,000 lbs

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2.2222222201902215 cubic yards

12.30 cubic yards

40.1 cubic yards

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

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

Volume of concrete required, in square feet = 27 x 4 x 0.5 = 54 cu ft, which is 2 cubic yards, so 80 dollars/pounds/yen/ringgit or whatever.

capacity of a box 5 inches square and 2 inches deep = 5 X 5 X 2 =50 inches ^ 3

about 432 cubic inches

There are 3 feet in 1 yard There are 12inches in 1 foot There are therefore 36 inches in a yard, 1296 square inches in 1 square yard and 46656 cubic inches in 1 cubic yard. A 150 sq ft slab therefore is equivalent to a 21560 square inch slab, if this slab is 4 inches deep then it comprises 86400 cubic inches of concrete. Thus the number of cubic Yards of concrete you require is 86400/46656 = 1.85 i.e. (almost 2).

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

How deep do you want the concrete to be?

Essentially, you need three and a third cubic yards of concrete to replace that quantity to those measurements - so if the cost of a cubic yard of concrete is 30, multiply it by 3.333 and you get 100