You cannot "fill" a cubic measurement with a square measurement.I think you meant cubic yards.1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet.Your concrete slab is 1600 x 4/12 cubic feet = 533.333333... cubic feet.533.333333... cubic feet / 27 = 19.753 cubic yards (rounded to third decimal).
Assuming that the form is a parallelepiped, its volume in cubic feet is the product of its three dimensions in feet: 12 X 2 X 5 = 120 cubic feet. There are 27 cubic feet per cubic yard; therefore, the volume in cubic yards is 120/27 = 4 cubic yards, to the justified number of significant digits. If the dimensions given are considered exact, the answer is 4 and four-ninths cubic yards.
Very close to 74 cubic yards. Here's the math . . . All dimensions have to be in the same units, so convert 4 inches to feet. 4in/12in per ft=0.333 feet. Find the volume in cubic feet. 120' x 50' x 0.333' = 2,000 cubic feet, more or less. There are 27 cubic feet within each cubic yard, so divide 2000CF/27CF per CY = 74.07 CY (cubic yards).
24 square yards 12 feet is four yards and 18 feet is six yards, so four yards by six yards equals twenty four square yards.
13 feet into four and one forth yards
12 feet = 4 yards
Assuming you use the standard depth of four inches, you'll need a minimum of 29.63 cubic yards.
31.3 yards = 94 feet.
No. Four yards = 12 feet.
Four yards is 12 feet (3 feet per yard).