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Q: How many square feet does one ton of crushed stone cover 4 inches deep?

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"4 inches" is a length. "7676 square feet" is an area. "4 inches by 7676 square feet" describes a volume, which is equal to 2,558.67 cubic feet. (= 7676/3, because 4 in = 1/3 ft.) So your question is better put as "How many tons of crushed stone does it take to cover an area of 7676 square feet to a depth of 4 inches?" The answer depends on the density of the crushed stone. I can't answer that, but I've given your question a clearer phrasing.

64 cuft, about 2 and a third cubic yards

The 4 inches is 4/12 of a foot or 1/3 foot. Length times width times height is the volume, so 2856 (the area in square feet) times 1/3 (the depth in feet) = 952 cubic feet.

No gallons of water. Stone does not contain water

About 21 cubic feet

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"4 inches" is a length. "7676 square feet" is an area. "4 inches by 7676 square feet" describes a volume, which is equal to 2,558.67 cubic feet. (= 7676/3, because 4 in = 1/3 ft.) So your question is better put as "How many tons of crushed stone does it take to cover an area of 7676 square feet to a depth of 4 inches?" The answer depends on the density of the crushed stone. I can't answer that, but I've given your question a clearer phrasing.

25 Yards

221.67 (2dp)

The 'square feet' of area that it covers is 324/(depth of the stone, in inches)

Not sure what 2b is but crushed concrete with 1 1/2" rock will cover about 60 square feet. 15 tons ends up being around 12 cubic yards.

The 'square feet' of area that it covers is 324/(depth of the stone, in inches)

64 cuft, about 2 and a third cubic yards

Crushed stone.....

A square foot will cover a square foot, regardless of the depth of the material the cover is made of.

Well, you would take the 7000 square feet of dirt and multiply it by the four inches of stone to get the 28000 cubic yards of stone. (28000 yds³)

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depends how deep you want it. One bag will cover 10 sqft at a depth of 6 inches

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