Q: How many yards of sand do you need to fill a 10 ft x 10 ft x 8 inch deep sand box?

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It depends on how deep the concrete. 600 sq ft at 6 inch deep is 300 cu ft = 11.1 yards. 12 inch deep is 22,2 yards; 4 inch deep is 5.5 yards

259.2593 sq. yards.

123.44 cubic yards

4 yards

55.56 cubic yards.

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It depends on how deep the concrete. 600 sq ft at 6 inch deep is 300 cu ft = 11.1 yards. 12 inch deep is 22,2 yards; 4 inch deep is 5.5 yards

259.2593 sq. yards.

3,495.6 cubic yards.

3 yards. 1 yard is a cubic (not square) yard and is 36 inches on all three sides. The calculation looks like this: (216x216x3)/(36x36x36)=3.0

14.8 yards

123.44 cubic yards

4 yards

It depends on how deep you will fill the baking dish.For every inch you fill the dish, you have about 1.1 quarts.

55.56 cubic yards.

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