6 cubic yards of dirt will cover 70 sq ft ... 2 ft 3 3/4 inches deep
The question doesn't say it, so we'll assume that a "120 feet circle" means thatthe diameter is 120-ft, i.e. the distance all the way across, through the center.Area of the circle = pi R2 = 3,600 pi square feet.If the dirt is one inch deep, then the volume is (3,600 pi) / 12 cubic feet = 34.907 cubic yards. (rounded)The answer is: 34.907 cubic yards (rounded) for every inch the dirt is deep.
2.37 cubic yard
The formula for the volume is length * height * depth (or width) = 33 =3*3*3 = 27 cubic feet, but the answer to the question is 0; there's no dirt in a hole... We are not digging a hole here; we are building a mini-mastaba that is 1 foot deep above the original ground level. 48 cubic feet of dirt is required which equals 48/27 = 1.78 cubic yards of dirt.
There is 98.17477042 cubic feet of dirt in a 5 foot deep hole that is 5 foot across.
162 cubic feet of dirt 162 cubic feet of dirt
6 x 2 x 1 = 12 cubic yards
35/9 cubic yards for every foot deep.
None. It's a hole. 162 cubic feet of air. There is no dirt in a hole.
18 cubic feet
806.66 Cubic Yards
It doesn't hold any dirt. It's a hole.
When you buy yards of dirt you are really buying cubic yards. So change your dimensions to yards and multiply together; 10 x 10 x 1.33 = 133 cubic yards. So you would buy 133 yards of dirt.
14 cubic feet = 0.518 cubic yards
It is a hole! There is no dirt in it. If the question asked how much was removerd from ta hole, then I would say 432 cubic feet.