Q: How many yards of sand fill for an area 24' by 30' and 1 foot high?

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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.

The surface of a rectangular prism would be 60 yards. This is use in math.

330.78 ft3

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

60.6 yards high.

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It depends on how high you would like to fill it. You see, a liter is a 3-dimensional measure of volume (like a cubic foot is), and a square foot is a 2-dimensional measure of area. So, for example, to fill an area of 10,500 square feet to a height of 1 foot, you would need 297,326.889 liters.

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

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.

It would take 135 cubic feet = 5 cubic yards.

A cylinder with a diameter of 1 foot and 3 feet high has a surface area of 11 square feet.

100 Yards.

The surface of a rectangular prism would be 60 yards. This is use in math.

330.78 ft3

About 131.2 yards high.

"How many yards of soil would you need to buy in order to fill up a garden whose measurements are 25 feet long by 18 feet wide by 8 inches high?"

First you need to understand that the "yard" of material is really a cubic yard (3 x 3 x 3) or 27 cubic feet. Each cubic foot is 12 inches by 12 inches by 12 inches. you begin by multiplying the 15 foot width by the 55 foot length. (15 x 55 = 825) If you assume that you have a 12 inch high fill then all you have to do is divide 825 by 1/4(3 inches) to get the number of cubic feet of top soil. divide again by 27 to get the number of cubic yards.

24 sq. ft.