It doesn't hold any dirt. It's a hole.
There is no dirt "in a hole".
theres no dirt in a hole
There is no dirt in a hole...
there is no dirt in a hole...
8 cubic feet.
None. It's a hole and the dirt is gone. There is 20736 in3 of dirt missing from the hole.
None. A hole is cubic.
If it is a proper hole, there should be no dirt IN it.
If it's a hole, there would be no dirt in it, right?
a lot of dirt.
This is probably a trick question: there is no dirt in a hole. However, the hole was originally filled in with 24 cubic feet of dirt.
None. Since it is a hole, there is no dirt in it. A hole, by definition, must be empty.
Ans - None Since it is a hole , it doesn't contain any dirt.
None. The size of the hole is a measure of space in which there is no dirt!
In volume terms the answer is 2X3X6 = 36 cubic feet. So, if there was a cubic square root of 6 feet long of dirt would be an answers of 36 cubic feet. If it was the amount told it would of been the same exact amount because all dirt is about 6 feet long of a hole.
None. It's a hole. 162 cubic feet of air. There is no dirt in a hole.
There is 18 cubic feet of dirt in the hole. 3 times 2 times 3!
There is NO dirt, it is a hole! If you want to fill it with dirt, that is 4x6x12=288 cubic feet, weighing about 28,800 pounds
None, it's a hole, remember? 1 cubic yard of dirt has been removed to create this hole.
None. Its a hole
none, it is a hole
After the hole has been dug, all the dirt that was in the dimensions given has been removed.
It's a hole, thus there is no dirt in it. The answer is 0.