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Well, let's get down right now to some math, shall we?

Volume = 20 ft x 50 ft x 4 in = 240 in x 600 in x 4 in = 576000 in cubed.

1 cubic yard = 3 x 3 x 3 cubic feet (27 cubic feet)

1 cubic feet = 12 x 12 x 12 cubic inches (1728)

576000 cubic inches / 1728 cubic inches (in a yard) = 333.33 cubic yards.

Q: How many yards of sand to fill a sand box 20 ft wide x 50 ft long x 4 inches deep?

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You need 8 yards of sand that is 16 foot wide and 2 inches deep which is a volume of 8 x 16/3 x 2/36 ~= 2.37 cubic yards of sand.

2.37 cubic yards.

2.37 cubic yard

6,400 ft3

6 yards = 216 inches

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50 x 5 x 0.33333r = 83 cubic yards

You need 8 yards of sand that is 16 foot wide and 2 inches deep which is a volume of 8 x 16/3 x 2/36 ~= 2.37 cubic yards of sand.

2.37 cubic yards.

2.37 cubic yard

If you say 2 inches deep, I assume you really mean cubic yards, as in how much you would have to buy? If so, the answer is 7.77, so you would need about 8 yards.

6,400 ft3

509.7 litres

About 3 yards with a little left over. 2.78 yards.

None because it's a hole but 6 cubic yards of dirt will fill it up.

12 yards is 432 inches.

6 yards = 216 inches

Sorry the first answer was in square yds. Cubic yards would be 0.308639