Q: How much does a cubic yd of gravel cost?

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5.16 yd^3 (when they say a "yard" of gravel, they mean a cubic yard).

23 cu. ft., or about 1 cu. yd.

1 cubic yard = 1 yd*1 yd*1 yd = 3ft*3ft*3ft =27 cubic feet So 720 cubic feet = 720/27 = 26.66.. cubic yards.

(18 ft x 44 ft x 4 in) = (18 ft x 44 ft x 1/3 ft) = 264 cubic ft 1 yd = 3 ft ===> (1 yd x 1 yd x 1 yd) = 1 cubic yd = (3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft) = 27 cubic ft 264 cubic ft = (264 / 27) = 9.777 [cubic] yards I think they're going to charge you for 10 yards.

1 yard = 36 inches. So 1 cubic yard = 1 yd * 1 yd * 1 yd = 36" * 36" * 36" = 46656 cu inches. So 93312 cu inches = 93312/46656 = 2 cubic yds.

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5.16 yd^3 (when they say a "yard" of gravel, they mean a cubic yard).

As there are several "types" of gravel, we may have to "average out" the densities. Or we could make some calculations for some different "flavors" of gravel. Dry, loose gravel weighs a bit over 1522 kg/m3 - 23.24 cu yd/27 tonnes Gravel with sand weighs a bit over 1922 kg/m3 - 18.40 cu yd/27 tonnes Dry gravel, 1/4 to 2 inch weighs about 1682 kg/m3 - 21.03 cu yd/27 tonnes Wet gravel, 1/4 to 2 inch weighs about 2002 kg/m3 - 17.67 cu yd/27 tonnes There are about 1.31 cubic yards in a cubic meter, and there are 1,000 kg in a tonne. Those are your conversion factors. As you depart from these gravel types, your volume of material will vary, naturally. Recall that aggregates are generally sold by volume, specifically the cubic yard, and weights are "not important" in the transaction. Your aggregate supplier will have figures for the density of his materials that should be pretty accurate.

7.99/5.59 a yd

23 cu. ft., or about 1 cu. yd.

1 cubic yard = 1 yd*1 yd*1 yd = 3ft*3ft*3ft =27 cubic feet So 720 cubic feet = 720/27 = 26.66.. cubic yards.

Approximately 180 cubic meters.

5.555555556 yd³

Do the math...1 yd=3 ft. So, 3'x3'x3'=27 cu ft (or 1 cu yd). 27 cu ft x 12 cu yd=324 cu ft!

That depends on 23.14 cubic yards of WHAT. weight and volume are related by the density of the substance: weight = density x volume. 23.14 cu yd of Mercury weighs much very much more than 23.14 cu yd of Hydrogen

(18 ft x 44 ft x 4 in) = (18 ft x 44 ft x 1/3 ft) = 264 cubic ft 1 yd = 3 ft ===> (1 yd x 1 yd x 1 yd) = 1 cubic yd = (3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft) = 27 cubic ft 264 cubic ft = (264 / 27) = 9.777 [cubic] yards I think they're going to charge you for 10 yards.

A cubic yard is equal to 764,5549 liters.