Q: How much soil do you need to fill a 20x60 area 12 deep?

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180 * 2 = 360 * 3 = 1080

1000 square feet (Length x width x hight)

If you fill it to four feet deep, the total is 10,408 gallons of water.

Just multiply 1/2 foot x 12,000 square feet. The answer will be in cubic feet.

22/7x6x6x6 cubic inches

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180 * 2 = 360 * 3 = 1080

You need to specify how deep the area is to answer the question; this is a volume problem. Please ask again

360 cubic meters of salt.

1000 square feet (Length x width x hight)

depends how much you fill it up

If you fill it to four feet deep, the total is 10,408 gallons of water.

how much 1" rock will I need to fill in a hole 20' long, 2' wide' and about 2' deep

To calculate the volume of dirt needed to fill a circular area, you first need to find the area of the circle (πr^2, where r is the radius). In this case, for a 14-foot circle, the radius is 7 feet. Once you find the area, you can calculate the volume of dirt needed based on the desired depth of filling the circle.

42 cubic feet or 1.56 yards.

This question is about a cubed area. First convert the inches to feet--18 inches is 1.5 feet. Then multiply all three numbers by each other. 15*12*1.5 is 270. You will need 270 cubed feet of dirt to fill the area.

33.5 cubic feet.

Just multiply 1/2 foot x 12,000 square feet. The answer will be in cubic feet.