There is no dirt. It's a hole.
there is no dirt in a hole...
There is no dirt in the hole, hence the hole.
If it's a hole, there would be no dirt in it, right?
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.
It's a hole, the dirt has been taken out of it. So, none.
None. The size of the hole is a measure of space in which there is no dirt!
None. If it's a hole, then the dirt has been removed.
none, it is a hole
96 cubic feet
36 cubic feet of dirt=)
8 cubic feet.
There is no dirt in a hole.
To fill a hole 2 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 6 feet deep would take 48 (2 x 4 x 6) cubic feet of dirt.
504 cubic feet
A hole does not have dirt!
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
There's no dirt in a hole.
6 x 6 x 4 = 144 cubic feet
Assuming the dirt is level with the top of the hole: Volume = 2 x 4 x 3 = 24 cubic feet, or about 7/8 of a cubic yard.
None now but there once was 2*4*3 = 24 cubic feet
3 ft x 4 ft x 2 ft = 24 ft3
It needs: 8*4*2 = 64 cubic feet
None. If there was, it would no longer be a hole!
Holes don't have any dirt any them.