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27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard

Volume of the wall = 10 x 60 x 1 = 600 cubic feet = 222/9 cubic yards.

That's the concrete you need if the wall is completely solid.

Q: How many yards of concrete do I need to build a wall 10ft x 60ft x 1ft?

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1yd = 3ft 20yd x 3ft/yd = 60ft 60ft + 1ft = 61ft

There are 3ft in 1 yd so: 60ft/3 = 20yds

The diagonals of 60ft by 40ft are 72.11 feet.

60 feet = 0.018288 kilometers

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27 cubic yards.will cover 720 square feet @ 1 foot thick

1yd = 3ft 20yd x 3ft/yd = 60ft 60ft + 1ft = 61ft

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1yd = 3ft so 20yd = 60ft

60ft. from end to end. 30ft on one side. 10ft line and 20ft for the section know as the back row.

There are 3ft in 1 yd so: 60ft/3 = 20yds

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet2 inches = 1/12 foot24 x 60 x 1/12 = 120 cubic feet = 4 and 4/9 cubic yards.

60 feet 3ft = 1 yd ?ft = 20 yd 60ft = 20yd

The diagonals of 60ft by 40ft are 72.11 feet.

60 x 40 x .05 = 1200 cubic feet, divided by 27 (as there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard) answer 44.44 cubic yards

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