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1 cubic yard/(1/9 of a yard) = 9 square yards.

Q: How much will a cubic yard cover 4 inches thick?

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It depends how thick the gravel is being laid - at 4 inches thick, a cubic yard will cover 81 square feet.

1.85 cubic yards...probably 25 bags or so

Volume = (1,200 square feet) x (1/3 foot) = 400 cubic feet = 14.81 cubic yards

630 cubic inches

137.5 cubic feet or 5.09 cubic yards.

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2560 sq feet 2 inches thick

It depends how thick the gravel is being laid - at 4 inches thick, a cubic yard will cover 81 square feet.

1.85 cubic yards...probably 25 bags or so

1 371.42857 US gallons or 5.19142188 cubic meters

If it is 4 inches deep/thick, 2 cubic yards. If it is 6 inches deep/thick, 3 cubic yards.

You will need about 3.7 cubic yards (around 4.75 tons) of gravel.

Volume = (1,200 square feet) x (1/3 foot) = 400 cubic feet = 14.81 cubic yards

A 9x9 foot slab 4 inches thick requires a minimum of 1 cubic yard. If you go to 6 inches thick you will need 1.5 cubic yards.

4310 sq ft X 10/12 ft = 3592 cubic ft

630 cubic inches

137.5 cubic feet or 5.09 cubic yards.

160 cubic inches / (1/8 inches) = 160*8 = 1280 sq inches