Q: How many inches is 4.5 cubic feet?

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45' x 45' x 6" = 1,012.5 cubic feet.

That depends on how many cubic feet of sand fit in that 50 pound bag. I can get you close, but cannot give the final answer. First convert your dimensions of the sandbox to feet. 86 inches = 86 / 12 = 7.166 feet 45 inches = 45 / 12 = 3.75 feet 6 inches = 6 / 12 = 0.50 feet Multiply the 3 together to determine the total cubic footage required... 7.166 * 3.75 * 0.5 = 13.437375 cubic feet. Once you know how many cubic feet are in your sandbag --- call it X, you determine your needed number of bags by dividing 13.437375 by X. Hope this helps.

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65 x 45 x 25 divided by 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard = 2,708 cubic yards

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45' x 45' x 6" = 1,012.5 cubic feet.

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That depends on how many cubic feet of sand fit in that 50 pound bag. I can get you close, but cannot give the final answer. First convert your dimensions of the sandbox to feet. 86 inches = 86 / 12 = 7.166 feet 45 inches = 45 / 12 = 3.75 feet 6 inches = 6 / 12 = 0.50 feet Multiply the 3 together to determine the total cubic footage required... 7.166 * 3.75 * 0.5 = 13.437375 cubic feet. Once you know how many cubic feet are in your sandbag --- call it X, you determine your needed number of bags by dividing 13.437375 by X. Hope this helps.

45 inches is equal to 3 feet and 9 inches.

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