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

Q: How much dirt is needed to fill a 30 foot circle which is 3 feet deep?

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There is no dirt in a hole that is 3 feet deep and six inches in diameter.

none, it is a hole

I believe that would be 2 feet deep, 2 feet wide, and 2 feet long.

504 cubic feet

33.5 cubic feet.

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1 foot by 36 sq feet = 36 cubic feet of dirt is needed

Assuming the 28 feet refers to the diameter of the circle, the answer is 1231.5 cubic feet, approx.

There is no dirt. It's a hole.

The question doesn't say it, so we'll assume that a "120 feet circle" means thatthe diameter is 120-ft, i.e. the distance all the way across, through the center.Area of the circle = pi R2 = 3,600 pi square feet.If the dirt is one inch deep, then the volume is (3,600 pi) / 12 cubic feet = 34.907 cubic yards. (rounded)The answer is: 34.907 cubic yards (rounded) for every inch the dirt is deep.

There is no dirt in a hole that is 3 feet deep and six inches in diameter.

You will need 1500 cubic feet.

24 x 8/12 = 16 cubic feet.

If it's a hole, there would be no dirt in it, right?

36 cubic feet of dirt=)

If the raised garden has dimensions of 5 x 5 x 1 then it requires 25 cubic feet of dirt to fill it.

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96 cubic feet