Q: How many yards of dirt would it take to fill an area 12 feet wide by 78 feet long by 6 inches high?

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Roughly 12 square yards.

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)

You are mixing volume (square yard) and area (length x width). How deep do you want the dirt? One foot deep you need about 80 square yards of dirt.

6 cubic yards of dirt will cover 70 sq ft ... 2 ft 3 3/4 inches deep

806.66 Cubic Yards

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To calculate the volume of dirt needed to fill the area, you would need to know the depth of the area in yards. If the depth is 3 yards, then you would need 1800 yards of dirt (600 cubic yards ÷ 3 yards). If the depth is 1 yard, then you would need 600 yards of dirt.

Sorry the first answer was in square yds. Cubic yards would be 0.308639

To calculate the volume of the area, multiply the length, width, and height: 120 x 92 x 24 = 331,776 cubic inches. To convert cubic inches to cubic yards (since 1 cubic yard = 46,656 cubic inches), divide 331,776 by 46,656 to get approximately 7.1 cubic yards of dirt needed to fill the area.

To calculate the volume of fill dirt needed, convert all measurements to yards: 25 feet x 40 feet x (4 inches/36 inches) = 111.11 cubic yards. Therefore, you would need approximately 111.11 cubic yards of fill dirt for the area.

Roughly 12 square yards.

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)

To raise 1 acre by 8 inches, you would need approximately 2,722 cubic yards of dirt. This calculation is based on the formula for volume of a rectangular prism (length x width x height) multiplied by the area of 1 acre in square yards (43,560 square feet).

You are mixing volume (square yard) and area (length x width). How deep do you want the dirt? One foot deep you need about 80 square yards of dirt.

None. Just build the baseball field where the dirt is already there.

Dirt has varying densities, but on average, 18 tons of dirt would fill about 12 cubic yards.

22.2222 cubic yards (the 2s keep on going).

About 3 yards with a little left over. 2.78 yards.