Q: How much area will 40 lbs of sand cover at 1 deep?

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11,923,200 sq in. of sand.

You need to mention how deep you want the sand to be

An area 10 foot x 10 foot is 100 square feet. 100 cubic feet of sand would cover it with a one foot deep layer of sand. If the sand needs to be 6 inches deep, then 50 cubic feet are be needed, or 25 cubic feet if the sand is to be 3 inches thick.

50 pounds covers 0.5 cubic feet. Since the depth is 3 inches, or 1/4 foot, you can cover 0.5/.25 = 2 square feet of area. That is not very much.

1.85 cubic yards.

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11,923,200 sq in. of sand.

The area that 60lbs of sand will cover is dependant on how deep you want it.æ One hundred pounds of sand equal 1 cubic foot.Your customer service rep at your local storeæcan calculate how much you will need.

you would need 3 qb. yards of sand to cover that area L X W X .25 FOR 4 INCHES DIVIDED BY 27

You need to mention how deep you want the sand to be

An area 10 foot x 10 foot is 100 square feet. 100 cubic feet of sand would cover it with a one foot deep layer of sand. If the sand needs to be 6 inches deep, then 50 cubic feet are be needed, or 25 cubic feet if the sand is to be 3 inches thick.

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50 pounds covers 0.5 cubic feet. Since the depth is 3 inches, or 1/4 foot, you can cover 0.5/.25 = 2 square feet of area. That is not very much.

Four cubic yards will do it. You theoretically need only 3.7, but that assumes the area you're putting the sand in is perfectly level, flat and low-spot-free...and they never are.

4 inches deep would be the minium coverage of sand needed for a horse area

100' x 200' x 1/3' = 6666.66... recurring cubic feet.

1.85 cubic yards.

Volume = (base area) x (height) = 300 cubic feet = 111/9 cubic yard.