Q: How many cubic feet of soil in 50 square fee to cover two inches thick?

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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.

1 cubic yard/(1/9 of a yard) = 9 square yards.

It depends how thick the gravel is being laid - at 4 inches thick, a cubic yard will cover 81 square feet.

27 square feet Answer. 15 square metres at 3 inches thick.

36x36x36 inches or 3x3x3 feet or 27 cubic feet. If applied a foot thick, it will cover 27 square feet; 6 inches thick = 54 square feet (e.g.: an area 9 feet by 6 feet); 3 inches thick = 81 square feet (e.g.: an area 9 feet by 9 feet).

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One "yard" of dirt (meaning one cubic yard) contains 46,656 cubic inches. Spread 8 inches thick this will cover 5832 square inches or 40.5 square feet.

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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To cover 300 square feet 4 inches thick, you would need approximately 3 cubic yards of gravel.

1 cubic yard/(1/9 of a yard) = 9 square yards.

39.1116 cubic yards

It depends how thick the gravel is being laid - at 4 inches thick, a cubic yard will cover 81 square feet.

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27 square feet Answer. 15 square metres at 3 inches thick.

1 cubic yard covers 324 square feet per inch of thickness, divide 324 by thickness in inches to get coverage, i.e. 4 inches thick would cover 324/4=81 square feet, 36 inches thick would cover (you guessed it) 9 square feet.

There are 9 square yards in a cubic yard at a thickness of 3 inches. This is because there are 9 square feet in a square yard and 36 cubic feet in a cubic yard, so the area is 9 square yards if the thickness is 3 inches.