1 foot by 36 sq feet = 36 cubic feet of dirt is needed
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.
10-1/2 cubic yards
10*13*3 = 390 cubic inches.
You will need 20 cubic yards of dirt, which is 2 loads in a tandem dump truck.
36 cubic feet of dirt=)
You need 4.44 cubic yard, they tell you to always round up, 4.5 cubic yards is what you need to get to fill this area.
hmm that's a tough one maybe 24' by 2' by 10 inches worth of dirt
You'll need to tell me how long it is first.
You need 5 1/3 yards of dirt 10 feet wide and 2 inches deep which is approx 0.99 cubic yards
16 sq ft*0.5 ft = 8 cubic feet.
The total volume is 1568 cubic inches, so 1000 cubic inches of dirt will fill about 2/3 of the container
A cubic foot of dirt is about 100 pounds. To fill a ton, 20 would be needed, but to fill a cubic yard, 27 would be needed. As such, a ton of dirt would only fill about .74 cubic yards.
find the area of it 320 feet squared
This question is about a cubed area. First convert the inches to feet--18 inches is 1.5 feet. Then multiply all three numbers by each other. 15*12*1.5 is 270. You will need 270 cubed feet of dirt to fill the area.
0.148 cubic yard for every 3-inches deep
Depends on how deep you want to fill it...
cylinder 18 feet diameter x 1.5 feet deep volume = 381 cubic feet
how many minutes are needed to fill a tank 166060.8 cubic inches
if you mean a 30 foot diameter circle, then pi x 152 x 3 = 2119.5 cubic feet of dirt
If the raised garden has dimensions of 5 x 5 x 1 then it requires 25 cubic feet of dirt to fill it.
64 cuft, about 2 and a third cubic yards