Q: How many sq yards will a ton of asphalt cover at 2 inches thick?

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That's 2.4691 cubic yards. (rounded)

It depends on what "5 thick" is: 5 inches thick, 5 feet thick, 5 yards thick, 5 miles thick etc.

Roughly 12 square yards.

I think you mean 6 inches thick, not 6 feet thick. You would need 200 cubic feet, or 7.4 cubic yards.

about 26.4 is the volume i think.......

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That's 2.4691 cubic yards. (rounded)

As a rule of thumb, 0.112 tons of asphalt (2" thick) will cover 1 square yard or 9 square feet. Thus 1 tone of asphalt (2" thick) will cover 8.93 square yards or 80.36 square feet. ------------------------------- Another (possibly more accurate) way of doing this is to use standards 1 ton [long, UK] = 2240 pounds Density of compacted Asphalt = 147 pounds per cubic foot (1728 cubic inches) 12 inches times 12 inches times 2 inches = 288 cubic inches Thus the weight of 288 cubic inches of compacted asphalt will be (288/1728)* 147 = 24.5 pounds. Therefore a tone of asphalt will cover 2240/24.5 = 91.43 square feet to a depth of 2 inches.

39.1116 cubic yards

Aproximately 17.78 Sq Yds of asphalt @ 1" thick per ton. Aproximately 17.78 Sq Yds of asphalt @ 1" thick per ton.

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

It depends on what "5 thick" is: 5 inches thick, 5 feet thick, 5 yards thick, 5 miles thick etc.

Depends on how thick it is. At 4 inches thick, you would nee about 5.5 cubic yards adjusting for safety. At 6 inches, you'd need about 8 cubic yards. You can play with different thicknesses with the linked concrete pad calculator.

Roughly 12 square yards.

I think you mean 6 inches thick, not 6 feet thick. You would need 200 cubic feet, or 7.4 cubic yards.

8.25 cubic yards of concrete

about 26.4 is the volume i think.......

one (1) cubic yard of concrete four inches thick will cover 80 sq. feet. 85 yards x 81 = 6885 sq. feet.