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Q: How many 1gallon containers will 1cubic foot of dirt fill?

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84, 11 gallon containers

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381 gallons of oil divide by 21 gallon containers = 18 full containers which will use 378 gallons of oil. Container 19 will have only 3 gallons in it.

This is a nonsense question. Tons of dirt can be converted to cubic feet, depending on moisture and dirt type, but not to sf or square feet.

592 divided by 28 is 21 full containers. (21 is rounded to the nearest whole number, it had decimals.)

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645divided by 21 equals 30.714. Hence, you can fill completely 30 such containers and 71.4% of the 31st container will be filled with water. Answer two If fill means completely fill, than you can fill 30 containers.

Fill the containers as full as possible, or remove as much air as possible.

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That is 4 containers

you can fill 16 full containers and have some water left over

With a bunch of dirt! With a bunch of dirt!

388 gallons will fill 35 containers, and you will have some wine left over.

You are 6 gallons short of being able to fill 30 containers...

410 gallons can fill 410/24 = 17.083, 24 gallon containers.

Clean fill dirt is just like dirt but it does not have garbage, cement, large rocks, plants or anything like that in it.

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