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Q: How many cubic feet of dirt are in a hole 6 yards long 2 yards wide and 12 inches deep?

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You need 5 1/3 yards of dirt 10 feet wide and 2 inches deep which is approx 0.99 cubic yards

A hole 30 ft long by 6 feet wide by 6 inches deep is 90 cubic feet. 90 cubic feet divided by 27 cubic feet per cubic yard is three and one-third (3.3333) yards.

18 cubic feet

4 inches = 1/3 foot1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feetVolume to fill = (30 x 30 x 1/3) = 300 cubic feet = (300 / 27) = 11 and 1/9th cubic yards

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You need to calculate the hole in cubic yards. I would first find cubic feet by changing 3" to (1/4) ft and multiply times 500 to get 500/4 = 125 cf. Next change to cubic yards by dividing by 27,( since 1 cubic yard is 27 cubic ft), to get 125/27 = 4.6 cubic yards. When you buy dirt by the yard you are really buying cubic yards so you would need 4.6 yards of dirt.

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