Q: How many 50 lb bags of gravel equals half a yard?

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Number of bags = 1/volume of gravel in each bag .

It depends on the volume of the bag and how deep you want the gravel to be.

4000PSI, 12bags, .5cum3sand 1cu.m3 gravel

About one half

Two lots of one-fourths equals a half.

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Number of bags = 1/volume of gravel in each bag .

A cubic yard is 3x3x3= 27 cubic feet so you would need 27/.5 = 54 bags

You would need 54 bags of 0.5 cubic feet pea gravel to equal 1 cubic yard.

It depends on the volume of the bag and how deep you want the gravel to be.

0.5 is one-half, it takes 2 of these to make one cubic foot.

you would need 23 bags OK

1 cubic meter of gravel equals to 1400kg or 1.4 tons.

There are 20 bags of 25kg in half a ton of soil.

4000PSI, 12bags, .5cum3sand 1cu.m3 gravel

Well, darling, if you want a concrete slab that's 5 inches thick, you'll need about 0.012 cubic meters of cement and 0.06 cubic meters of sand per square meter. Just make sure you mix it well and pour it like a boss. Good luck with your project, sugar!

There are about 2.3 7-ounce bags in one pound.

Half of a pint equals 8oz.