15 square yards at 3 inches deep.
1 cubic yard will cover 15 square yards at 3 inches deep.
Just over 10 yards. (10.2)
If applied 1 foot deep it will cover 108 square feet. If applied 6 inches deep it will cover 216 square feet. It all depends on how thick you apply it.
1500 sq ft * 4 inches = 1500/9 sq yards * 1/9 yards = 18.518518... cubic yards.
200 cubic feet or 7.4 cubic yards
Usually a cubic yard will cover 15 square yards at 3 inches deep so I would reckon on 22 cubic yards. Hold on that I've got that wrong it's 2 cubic yards .Sorry.
That depends on how deep you want to spread it. To cover 600 square feet, you need (111/9) cubic yards for every 6 inches of depth.
That depends entirely on what kind of sand how deep you spread it. As an approximation, you could assume a bulk density for dry sand of about 110 lb/ft3. One ton (2000 lb) of sand would thus be about 18.18 ft3 or 0.673 yd3. If you spread it 6 inches deep you could cover about 4 square yards. At a foot deep, you would cover 2 square yards. At 3 inches deep you would cover 8 square yards. At 1 inch deep you would cover 24 square yards Reported bulk densities for sand range from 78 lb/ft3 for molding sand to 130 lb/ft3 for moist sand.