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Q: How many cubic feet in 12 cubic yard?

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12 cubic feet is about 0.44 cubic yard.

There are no feet in a cubic yard.1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet12 cubic yards = 324 cubic feet

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet12 x 12 x 2 = 288 cubic feet = 102/3 cubic yards

1 cubic yard = 3*3*3 = 27 cubic feet 27 cubic feet spread to a thickness of 7/12 feet gives = 27/ (7/12) = 27*12/7 = 46.2857 sq feet (to 4 dp)

12 x 20 x 1 = 240 cubic feet

There are 324 INCHES in a cubic yard a cubic yard is 3 feet x 3 feet x 3 feet = 27 square feet 27 square feet x 12 inches/foot = 324 square inches per cubic yard

Volume = 12 cubic feet = (12 / 27 ) 0.444 cubic yard

First, make sure you're using the right units of measurement. "Yards" measure length, while "cubic feet" measure volume. I think you mean cubic yards. In this case, you first need to figure out how many cubic feet are in a cubic yard. Just like there are 3 feet in one yard, there are 9 square feet in 1 square yard (3^2 feet = 1^2 yards). So, there are 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard (3^3 feet = 1^3 yards). Since you are looking for cubic yards in 12 cubic feet, and 12 is less than 27, you can see that the number of cubic yards will be less than 1. Specifically, it will be the fraction 12/27 cubic yards, which reduces to 4/9 cubic yards.

12*15*.33333= 60 cubic feet. 60 cubic feet/27 cubic feet per cubic yard = 2.222 cubic yards

There are 27 feet in a cubic yard of soil. Soil can cost 12 dollars to 18 dollars a cubic yard.

Given a 6 cubic foot wheelbarrow, and that there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard, you would need 4.5 wheelbarrows to make a cubic yard. The wheelbarrow may have the capacity stamped on it. David

Assuming you're talking 12 inches X 12 inches X 4 inches, then it's not much of a cubic yard - a little over .012 cubic yards (or around 1/83rd). If you're talking 12 feet X 12 feet X 4 feet = 576 cubic feet. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard so 576/27 = 21 1/3 cubic yards. I hope that helps (and that my math's correct)

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