Q: How much dirt do I need to fill a 8'x4'x1' garden bed?

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108 cubic feet.

the use of maths in a garden is like how much dirt you need to plant the flowers

You need to find the volume of the box. The formula for this is length Ã— width Ã— height. It doesn't matter what number you assign to a variable because it will be the same volume. 10 Ã— 8 Ã— 1 = 80 ft3. So you need 80 ft3 of dirt to fill the rectangular garden.

2720'³

There is none. Because there is a hole! If you are asking how much dirt can fill the hole, then your answer is 27 cubic feet.

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2.37 cubic yards of dirt is needed to fill an 8'X4' that is 24" deep garden box. If the box is filled 12 inches, the amount of soil needed is 1.19 cubic yards and that should be deep enough for most vegetables.

108 cubic feet.

300 cubic feet of dirt

You need 13 yrd's of fill

the use of maths in a garden is like how much dirt you need to plant the flowers

You need to find the volume of the box. The formula for this is length Ã— width Ã— height. It doesn't matter what number you assign to a variable because it will be the same volume. 10 Ã— 8 Ã— 1 = 80 ft3. So you need 80 ft3 of dirt to fill the rectangular garden.

Depends on how deep you want to fill it...

It depends, what shape is the pool, then i can tell you. =)

24 feet

More than you can get into your pockets How about a ton?.

2720'³

There is none. Because there is a hole! If you are asking how much dirt can fill the hole, then your answer is 27 cubic feet.