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There are 3 feet in a yard, so therefore 10 ft x 10 ft is 3.33 yd x 3.33 yd.

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4.074 cubic yards for every foot the slab is thick.

How many square yards in a 20x18 feet 3 inches thick

4.938 cubic yards.

It would be helpful to have units of measurement in the equation. However, pouring a slab I'll presume your measurements are feet x feet x inches. The volume of this slab is 55 x 15 x 0.5 (6 inches is 0.5 ft) = 412.5 cubic feet 1 yard of cement (more likely concrete as a cement slab will crumble under load) is equal to 27 cu.ft. So, 412.5 cu.ft. needed / 27 cu. ft. / cu. yd. = 15.2777...cu. yards. you will need to order 15.27777...cu. yards, as a yard isn't sold in this decimal you will need to order 15 1/2 yards of concrete to pour your slab.

concrete is sold in cubic yards in the united states. I hope you are using a 1/4 inch diameter reinforce mesh. 1680 / 81 = 20.74 cubic yards without subtracting the mesh volume.

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how many yards of concrete will i need to do a 20 x20 x4 slab

If the slab is the standard 4" deep, you will need at least 8.89 cubic yards.

Assuming you need a slab 25 feet x 32 feet x 4" you would need 10 yards of concrete. 25 x 32 x .33 / 27 = 9.7 cubic yards

For a 4-inch depth you will need 7.41 cubic yards.

4.074 cubic yards for every foot the slab is thick.

A 40x60x6in slab requires 44.44 cubic yards of cement.

3.95 cubic yards of cement are needed for a slab that size.

For a 4-inch thick slab, you will need at least 9.48 Cubic Yards.

You can't express a volume of concrete in yards.

about 5 yards if your slab is 4" deep

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