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Q: How many square feet does a yard of sand cover?

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depends on the depth that you need to cover the 1200 square feet (area) to. there are 3 foot to 1 yard (1 foot=3 yards). so 1 square foot = 9 square yards (3x3). 1200 square feet = 1200 x9 = 10,800 square yards. you then multiply the 10,800 by the amount of yards (depth) that you want to cover the area to.

100

use a known volume container to measure a quantity = 200 x (the depth you want the sand).

The answer is 1.44 sq. In.

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You need to mention how deep you want the sand to be

Square yards is a measure of area, you need to purchase your sand as a volume not an area. You will need 2000 cubic feet of sand.

one ton of sand covers about 100 square feet which is about 9.3 square meters.

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(33.33)/(the number of cubic feet in each bag)

2500 cubic feet.

540 square feet

That depends on how deep the sand is.

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200 cubic feet or 7.4 cubic yards

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