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Q: How many yards of cement do you need for 13 feet by 13 feet by 6 inches deep?

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Convert the 4 inches into feet first. 4/12 = .33 feet. Now, compute the volume by multiplying the area of 64 square feet by .33 feet, and you get 21.12 cubic feet. Sometimes cement is ordered by the yard (cubic yard) and since there are 27 cubic feet in one cubic yard, you would divide 21.12 by 27 and get .78 yards.

There are 36 inches in a yard and 12 inches in a foot. This would be 8 yards, 2 feet and 11 inches.

32.76 yards.

1 yard, 12 inches

72 inches = 6 feet or 2 yards

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You can't have yards of cement in that sense. You need yards cubed. Convert all the feet measurements to yards and then multiply then together V= l w h

25 feet by 13 feet by 4 inches deep = 4.01 cubic yards

You need 1.11 cubic yards of cement.

If you mean 12 feet long by 8 inches wide by 4 inches deep, you will need at least 0.1 cubic yards

31/3 cubic yards.

2.2222222 cu. yards

2.2 Yards

24 cubic feet = 0.89 cubic yards

I am building a curb that will be 26 feet long, 6.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep. How much cement do I need?

0.92592592 cubic yards.

.617 Yards

259.2593 sq. yards.

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