Q: How many square feet will a yard of concrete cover 5 inches thick?

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

6 inches is 1/6 of a yard, so a cubic yard of concrete will cover 6 sq yards = 54 sq ft

16 * 20 = 320 sq ft. at 4" thick concrete will cover 80 sq ft. 320 / 80 = 4 yards.

You have not said what substance you are using a ton of to cover the asphalt.

1 "yard" of concrete actually = 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet27 = (2/3) x81 = 2 xx = 40.5 square feet

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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.

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

6 inches is 1/6 of a yard, so a cubic yard of concrete will cover 6 sq yards = 54 sq ft

One square yard is nine square feet, so 27 square feet is equivalent to 3 square yards. So 3 yards of concrete will cover 27 square feet.

16 * 20 = 320 sq ft. at 4" thick concrete will cover 80 sq ft. 320 / 80 = 4 yards.

It depends on the thickness and the density. One ton should be about 15 cubic feet when compacted, so it would cover 30 square feet 6 inches thick or 45 square feet 4 inches thick or 60 square feet 3 inches thick. It would make a driveway four inches thick, 9 feet wide and 5 feet long or a footpath 3 inches thick, three feet wide and 20 feet long.

27 square feet at 1 f thick

You have not said what substance you are using a ton of to cover the asphalt.

1 "yard" of concrete actually = 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet27 = (2/3) x81 = 2 xx = 40.5 square feet

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.