Q: How much soil is there in a circular hole 2 meters deep and 1 meter across?

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A 28 meter square is 28 times 28 meters or 784 square meters. If it is one tenth of a meter (10 cm) deep, it has a volume of 78.4 cubic metersIf you mean 28 square meters (like a pool 4 meters by 7 meters) then the volume one tenth of a meter deep is 2.8 cubic meters.

10 x 20 x 1

One cubic meter cannot be "converted" to a square measure unless we know how "deep" it is being spread. For example, if it is one meter deep, then it would cover one square meter; but if it is two meters deep, then it would cover half that area. If it were, say, 1 cm deep, then it could cover a million square centimeters (100 x 100 x 100).

300m3

None. It's a HOLE.

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A 28 meter square is 28 times 28 meters or 784 square meters. If it is one tenth of a meter (10 cm) deep, it has a volume of 78.4 cubic metersIf you mean 28 square meters (like a pool 4 meters by 7 meters) then the volume one tenth of a meter deep is 2.8 cubic meters.

3 meters is about 10 feet.

27 inches deep.

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10 x 20 x 1

One cubic meter cannot be "converted" to a square measure unless we know how "deep" it is being spread. For example, if it is one meter deep, then it would cover one square meter; but if it is two meters deep, then it would cover half that area. If it were, say, 1 cm deep, then it could cover a million square centimeters (100 x 100 x 100).

You need to tell us how DEEP.

300m3

None. It's a HOLE.

Assuming 25 meters is round. . . . 123449 gallons.

Volume = pi * radius^2 * height