10-1/2 cubic yards
10*13*3 = 390 cubic inches.
The question cannot be answered in a sensible way. The size of the hole is given in only two dimensions - in all likelihood, that means the area that the hole covers but not how deep it is. The amount of dirt required to fill the hole will depend on the depth of the hole as well.
None it's a hole
If this is a circular hole, it will take about 151 cubic feet of dirt.
Assuming a rectangular (3-D) shape, multiply the three numbers. The answer will be in cubic feet.
how much sand and other humous is in the 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.
You will need 20 cubic yards of dirt, which is 2 loads in a tandem dump truck.
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
A hole does not have dirt!
There is no dirt "in a hole".
None because it's a hole but 6 cubic yards of dirt will fill it up.
No dirt because its a hole
You'll need to tell me how long it is first.
There is no dirt, it's a hole.
There is no dirt. It's a hole.
none there is no dirt in a hole
There's no dirt in it since it's a hole.
3ft x 3ft x 1ft = 9 cubic feet of dirt will be needed.
None because its a hole. There is no dirt, it's a hole.
There is no dirt in a hole that is 3 feet deep and six inches in diameter.
There is no dirt in a hole...
It's a hole, the dirt has been taken out of it. So, none.
None. All the dirt is removed to make the hole!