No dirt because its a hole
There is no dirt in a hole that is 3 feet deep and six inches in diameter.
If applied 1 foot deep it will cover 108 square feet. If applied 6 inches deep it will cover 216 square feet. It all depends on how thick you apply it.
none there is no dirt in a hole
You are mixing volume (square yard) and area (length x width). How deep do you want the dirt? One foot deep you need about 80 square yards of dirt.
None. There is nothing in a hole.
6 cubic yards of dirt will cover 70 sq ft ... 2 ft 3 3/4 inches deep
One "yard" of dirt (meaning one cubic yard) contains 46,656 cubic inches. Spread 8 inches thick this will cover 5832 square inches or 40.5 square feet.
None! If there was dirt in it then it wouldn't be a hole.
Just multiply 1/2 foot x 12,000 square feet. The answer will be in cubic feet.
You need 13 yrd's of fill
All of it
there is no dirt in a hole
None. The hole is there precisely because all the dirt in it was removed.
806.66 Cubic Yards
It depends on sevaral factors. 1. How thick the dirt is 2. How compact the dirt is. Just a rule of thumb. (per cubic yard) 3 inches deep will cover an area 5.5' x 20' 6 inches deep will cover an area 5.5' x 10' 1' deep with cover an area of about 5.5' x 5'
none., but you have removed 2/3 of a cubic meter of dirt.
None but the volume of space taken can be calculated
None, if it is a hole.
You need 5 1/3 yards of dirt 10 feet wide and 2 inches deep which is approx 0.99 cubic yards