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ABOUT 43 bags. Dry sand weighs ABOUT 100 lbs per cubic foot- and you need 21.3 cubic feet.

600 US gallons = 138,600 cubic inches = 80.208333... cubic feet = 2.9707 cubic yards. (rounded)

The volume of sand weighs 455x 2/12 *100 pounds per cubic foot = 7600 pounds so you need about 152 bags.

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With dry sand. 1.602 tonnes

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14,300 pounds. Sand has a density of 100 pounds per cubic foot.

You need to mention how deep you want the sand to be

You need 7500 cubic feet of sand, say 150 long x 100 wide = 15000 x .5 (half a foot)deep=7500. In order to figure this you need to know how many cubic feet are in a ton of sand and we don`t have that, but there is a way around it. Typically sand, gravel and top soil etc. is sold by contractors by the yard or cubic yard. So look at it this way 7500 cubic feet divided by 27 cubic feet (3x3x3=27) in one cubic yard and your answer is 278 yards or cubic yards of sand.

24 feet X 24 feet X 1/3 feet = 192 cubic feet 192 cubic feet / 27 cubic feet per cubic yard = 7.11 cubic yards

1 cubic foot=100 lbs of sand 1728 cubic in.=100 lbs of sand 864 cubic in.= 50 lbs of sand 432 cubic in.= 25 lbs of sand and so on and so on

That depends on how many cubic feet of sand fit in that 50 pound bag. I can get you close, but cannot give the final answer. First convert your dimensions of the sandbox to feet. 86 inches = 86 / 12 = 7.166 feet 45 inches = 45 / 12 = 3.75 feet 6 inches = 6 / 12 = 0.50 feet Multiply the 3 together to determine the total cubic footage required... 7.166 * 3.75 * 0.5 = 13.437375 cubic feet. Once you know how many cubic feet are in your sandbag --- call it X, you determine your needed number of bags by dividing 13.437375 by X. Hope this helps.

It depends on the moisture content of the sand (wet or dry) but as general rule of thumb there is 1.5 tonne of sand per cubic metre or to answer your question correctly 1500Kg per cube.