2.37 cubic yard
Assuming 20 feet by 40 feet, 20x40x4 = 3200 cu ft = 3200/27 = 120 yards = 320,000 pounds
There is 98.17477042 cubic feet of dirt in a 5 foot deep hole that is 5 foot across.
A "yard" is actually a cubic yard and contains 27 cubic feet (3X3X3=27). To find the volume of your area, multiply length times width, times height (or depth). 250X80X8=160,000 cubic feet. Divide that by 27 and you get approximately 5925.9 cubic yards. If you want to know the weight of your fill, you will need to determine the specific composition of your dirt and then calculate the weight of a cubic foot or yard of it.
1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet6 inches = 1/2 footVolume of the ditch = (12 x 78 x 1/2) = 468 cubic feet = 17 1/3 cubic yards
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.
When you buy yards of dirt you are really buying cubic yards. So change your dimensions to yards and multiply together; 10 x 10 x 1.33 = 133 cubic yards. So you would buy 133 yards of dirt.
About 3 yards with a little left over. 2.78 yards.
You need 5 1/3 yards of dirt 10 feet wide and 2 inches deep which is approx 0.99 cubic yards
162 cubic feet of dirt 162 cubic feet of dirt
27 yd cubed
None because it's a hole but 6 cubic yards of dirt will fill it up.
if its a hole, then i would say there are zero cubic yds of dirt. other wise its 16 * 14 * 9 / 27 = 74.667 cubic yds of dirt you divide by 27 because there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yd
35/9 cubic yards for every foot deep.
It is a hole! There is no dirt in it. If the question asked how much was removerd from ta hole, then I would say 432 cubic feet.
It will take 800 cubic yards 1/3 compaction.