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Q: How much concrete is needed for a slab 2000 square feet by 4 inches thick?

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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.

1000 square feet/9 = 111.1 square yards of concrete 6 inches thick. This is the same as 111.1/4.5 = 24.7 cubic yards of concrete.

10.00 dollars per square foot plus permit cost.

One yard will cover 81 square feet 4 inches thick, So 81x40=3,240 square feet if spread 4 inches thick. 36/4=9, 9x3x3=81, 81x40=3,240 If you want it 6 inches thick 36/6=6, 6x3x3=54, So one yard will cover 54 square feet 6 inches thick, And 54x40=2,160 square feet If spread 6 inches thick! Now this is spreading it on thick/DEEP!

1 cubic yard = 3*3*3 = 27 cubic feet = 27 square feet * 1 ft = 27 sq ft * (3*4 inches) = 27*3 sq ft* 4 in = 81 sq ft at 4 inches thick.

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625 times 0.5 = 312.5 cubic feet will be needed

how many cubic feet in a yard of concret

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.

About 162sf.

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You'll need 400 square feet (or just under 15 yards) of concrete, but be sure to get some extra to allow for overage.

A cubic yard is 46,656 cubic inches. Spread to a thicknes of 5 inches, a cubic yard of concrete covers 9332.1 square inches, which is 64.8 square feet.

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