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Assuming you are using a "builder's" yard = cubic yard:

3 ft = 1 yd

36 in = 1 yd

→ 110 ft × 5 ft × 4 in = 110 ÷ 3 yd × 5 ÷ 3 yd × 4 ÷ 36 yd ≈ 6.79 cu yds

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Q: How many yards of concrete would it take for sidewalk 110 feet long 5 feet wide 4 inches thick?
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Can you pour a concrete sidewalk over top of another existing concrete sidewalk?

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