Q: Would 4 cubic meters fill a hole that is 6meters wide x 10 meters long x 0.50 m deep?

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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.

About 2 hours if possible. All you have to do is double everything including the time limit. I disagree. A hole with dimensions of all 2 meters is 8 cubic meters. A whole with all dimensions 4 meters is 64 cubic meters. You aren't just doubling the hole. Yes, you are going twice as deep, but you are also making it a bigger hole. If it took you one hour to dig 8 cubic meters, how many hours will it take you to dig 64 cubic meters? That would be 8 hours.

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).

15 cm equals 0.15 meters. Accordingly, the volume is 300 multiplied by 0.15. The result is 45 cubic meters.

It depends upon the volume of the bulk bag and how deep you want it covered. Divide the cubic meters in the bulk bag by the depth in meters to get your answer. For example, a bulk bag of 2 cubic meters will cover to a depth of 1 cm. 2 cubic meters / 0.01 meters depth = 200 square meters.

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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.

The volume of a cube is calculated by multiplying the length, width, and height. In this case, the volume of the cube would be 27 cubic meters. To convert this to cubic centimeters, you would multiply by 1,000,000 since there are 1,000,000 cubic centimeters in a cubic meter. So, the volume of the cube in cubic centimeters would be 27,000,000.

"Cubic meter" is not a width. It's a volume, an amount of space, or the holding capacity of a box, a bottle, or a tank. When the water in an official Olympic-size swimming pool is 1.36 meters deep, there is 1,700 cubic meters of water in the pool.

You need 1.35 cubic meters for each centimeter deep.

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About 2 hours if possible. All you have to do is double everything including the time limit. I disagree. A hole with dimensions of all 2 meters is 8 cubic meters. A whole with all dimensions 4 meters is 64 cubic meters. You aren't just doubling the hole. Yes, you are going twice as deep, but you are also making it a bigger hole. If it took you one hour to dig 8 cubic meters, how many hours will it take you to dig 64 cubic meters? That would be 8 hours.

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7.5 cubic meters.

there is Zero cubic meters of soil in the hole, after all if there was any soil in the hol eit wouldn't be hole, now would it?? To answer your question, you must also know the length of the hole, them multiply all of the measurements together to find the cubic space of the hole.

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).

15 cm equals 0.15 meters. Accordingly, the volume is 300 multiplied by 0.15. The result is 45 cubic meters.

It depends upon the volume of the bulk bag and how deep you want it covered. Divide the cubic meters in the bulk bag by the depth in meters to get your answer. For example, a bulk bag of 2 cubic meters will cover to a depth of 1 cm. 2 cubic meters / 0.01 meters depth = 200 square meters.