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1704

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Another contributor put a finer point on it:

The amount you'll need depends on how deep the pad has to be.

This is a big pad. The surface area is 192 square yards. You'll need 192 cubic yards of concrete

for every yard deep you pour it.

That's 64 cubic yards for every foot deep.

The first contributor's answer of '1704' is correct if you pour it 26feet 7.5inches deep.

That could get expensive.

Q: You have 1728 sq ft how many yards of cement do you need?

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13*13*6=1014 yards of cement

1.53 cubic yards.

Bags of what? Grass seeds? Cement? Sugar?

You can't have yards of cement in that sense. You need yards cubed. Convert all the feet measurements to yards and then multiply then together V= l w h

Square foot doesn't tell you, you need to know cubic footage and then figure how many cubic yards that makes. Cement is sold by the cubic yard.

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13*13*6=1014 yards of cement

For this area you will need 2.4 cubic yards.

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