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Multiply length times width. IF your driveway was 1 foot thick that would be the number of cubic feet of concrete. HOWEVER- it is only 4 inches thick. That is .33 ft (one third of a foot). So take your answer you got from multiplying LxW, and divide by 3. That will be the number of cubic feet of the driveway's volume.

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Q: A driveway is 162 feet long and 6 wide and 4 inches deephow many cubic feet of concrete will be required for the driveway?

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