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Q: How many cubic meters of dirt are in a hole 6 meters long 3 meters wide and 1 meter deep?

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A hole does not have dirt!

504 cubic feet

if you mean a 30 foot diameter circle, then pi x 152 x 3 = 2119.5 cubic feet of dirt

32 cubic feet

1 acre = 43,560 square feet.1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feetA slab of soil 1-ft deep covering 1 acre has a volume of 43,560 cubic feet= 43,560 / 27 = [ 1,613 and 1/3 ] cubic yards

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You need to tell us how DEEP.

None. It's a HOLE.

What is the answer for rounding 14389 to the nearest thousands

None, All the dirt has been removed from the hole.

30 cubic meters

I'm assuming you mean one meter deep with a one square meter footprint. The answer is 1*1*1=1m^3 = one cubic meter. Actually, that is how much dirt was taken out to make the hole. There should be no dirt in the hole, otherwise it wouldn't be a hole.

Impossible to answer. I can tell you how much dirt was removed by multiplying 2 by 2 by 3 (12 cu. mt.)

Assuming that the question is being asked about "dirt"; in the United States, the volume of dirt is calculated in cubic yards. In the rest of the world, the volume of dirt is calculated in cubic meters. A cubic yard of dirt is the volume of dirt that fits in a space 1 yard (36 inches) by 1 yard by 1 yard. A cubic meter is 1M X 1M X 1M.

The volume = 6 x 2 x 1 = 12 cubic meters Actually there is no dirt in a hole.

A hole does not have dirt!

A million cubic meters.

None. Its a hole