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Q: How much dirt is in a hole ten inches deep and ten inches diameter?

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none there is no dirt in a hole

None but the volume of space taken can be calculated

cylinder 18 feet diameter x 1.5 feet deep volume = 381 cubic feet

There is 98.17477042 cubic feet of dirt in a 5 foot deep hole that is 5 foot across.

6,400 ft3

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None! If there was dirt in it then it wouldn't be a hole.

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No dirt because its a hole

none. it is a hole afterall!

cylinder 18 feet diameter x 1.5 feet deep volume = 381 cubic feet

None. If it's a hole, then the dirt has been removed.

There is 98.17477042 cubic feet of dirt in a 5 foot deep hole that is 5 foot across.

A round hole 12" in diameter and 54" deep has a volume of about 3.5 cubic feet.

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