Q: How many 500g bags are needed to fill a 12kg bag?

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To determine how many 200g bags can be filled from a 2kg bucket, we first need to convert the weights to the same unit. Since there are 1000g in 1kg, a 2kg bucket is equivalent to 2000g. Dividing 2000g by 200g gives us 10, meaning you can fill 10 bags with 200g each from a 2kg bucket.

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There are 1000 ml in a liter, so multiply 6 by 1000 and then divide it by your bucket size.

80# bags are 0.6 cubic feet and it takes 41 to make a cubic yard. In that case, 60# bags must be 0.45 cubic feet and it would take 55 to make a cubic yard.

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1 50kg bag fill about 2 cubic f. so for 102cu.f. you'll need 51 bags

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bags of what?

Plastic food storage bags make an excellent disposable substitute for pastry bags. Just fill, then cut off one corner of the bag to produce a nozzle of the needed size.

That could be answered if we knew the volume of one 40-lb bag. Bags of leaves, styrofoam, beans, and gold all have vastly different volumes.

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You can't estimate that without having a thickness. You have to be able to have an actual volume of space you want to fill up with concrete.

20 bags. 16 oz are in a pound. 10 X 16 = 160 160/8 = 20