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100 cubic feet for every foot of depth.

There is no dirt in the hole, but if you want to know how much dirt was removed to create the hole, then:3 acres is an amount of area (you don't have 'square acres'). You could express this volume as acre-feet, but this term is usually used when referring to flooding (an acre of land flooded with 1 foot of water, for example). 1 acre = 43560 square feet, so 3 acres = 130680 square feet.(130680 square feet)*(200 feet) = 26136000 cubic feet {26.136 million cubic feet} In the dirt industry, the standard measurement is cubic yards {often referred to as just 'yards' of dirt}. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard, so this is equivalent to 968000 cubic yards.

9.26 cubic yards for every inch of depth.

that is 333 cubic feet,or 12.3 cubic yards At 100 pounds per cubic foot,that is over 33,000 pounds of gravel

10 sqare feet is an area so it covers 10 square feet.

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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'

50 cubic feet.

You will need 1500 cubic feet.

That depends how deep you want your covering. You'll need a volume of 256 x depth_in_feet cubic feet of dirt to cover the area of 8 ft by 32 ft.

The answer depends on the depth to which the area is covered.

806.66 Cubic Yards

One square foot

18 meters

1,728 cubic inches of it

Depends on the density of the dirt... howver, I can tell you that the volume of that area is 495 cubic feet.

The weight of a cubic yard of dirt depends on the nature of the dirt and how densely it is packed.

A cubic yard of dirt is all you need.

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