Q: Fr lengends 0.2.5 or asphalt 9?

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the formula for figuring out asphalt is.. L x W x D x 110 / 9 / 2000 = tons of asphalt. Where: L = Length in feet W = Width in feet D = Depth in inches 110 = a average weight of a square foot asphalt 1 inch thick /9 = convert to square yards /2000 = convert weight to tons So.. 27707 x 3 x 110 / 9 / 2000 = 508 tons.

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