multiply the number of square yards - which is an area - by the average height in yards to get the volume in cubic yards
That's 13 cubic yards of mulch for every 2 inches deep.
The 'square feet' of area that it covers is 1,620/(depth of the mulch, in inches)
This is not a valid conversion because cubic yards is a measure of volume while square yards is a measure of area.
Square yards. Cubic measure is for volume
This is not a valid conversion. Square yards is a measure of area while cubic feet is a measure of volume.
A measurement in square feet is a measurement of area, while a measurement in cubic yards is a measurement of volume. The two units are, therefore, incompatible.You can, however, convert between square feet and square yards, or cubic feet and cubic yards.
Square yards can't be converted to cubic feet. Square yards measure area, while cubic feet measure volume.
This is not a valid conversion. Cubic meters is a measure of volume while square yards is a measure of area.
That makes no sense. -Square yards is AREA. -Cubic yards is VOLUME . They are totally different. (However, 3 yards cubed, i.e. 3 yards x 3 yards x 3 yards = 27 CUBIC yards)
You can't turn square feet into cubic yards. It's like asking how many inches are in a cup. Cubic yards is a measure of volume, and square feet is a measure of surface area.
Covert all your measurements into yards: 12 ft = 4 yds (as 1yd = 3 ft) Calculate the area of the base of the pile of mulch; assuming a square base: 4yds x 4yds = 16 sq yds Measure the height of your pile of mulch in yards. If the pile of mulch is cuboid in shape, multiply this height by the area of the base (as previously calculated). If the pile of mulch is pyramidal in shape, multiply this height by the area of the base and divide by 3.