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Q: How much dirt would it take to fill a hole 2x3x4 feet?

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

It depends on whether the dimensions given are in feet or yards or metres or some other unit.

24*4*6 = 576 cubic inches or 2*(1/3)*(1/2) = 1/3 cubic feet.

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The answer will depend on how long the hole is. The hole has 3 dimensions that determine its volume. You have provided measurements of only two dimensions.

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None, there is nothing in a hole! Otherwise if you mean how much dirt to fill the hole... 2x3x4=24 cubic feet?

If this is a circular hole, it will take about 151 cubic feet of dirt.

300 cubic feet of dirt

how much sand and other humous is in the dirt ??

This is a nonsense question. Tons of dirt can be converted to cubic feet, depending on moisture and dirt type, but not to sf or square feet.

dunnoo....find out urself!

36 cubic feet of dirt=)

A cubic foot of dirt is about 100 pounds. To fill a ton, 20 would be needed, but to fill a cubic yard, 27 would be needed. As such, a ton of dirt would only fill about .74 cubic yards.

The area of the garden is 9 x 4= 36 ft2, so the volume of dirt you need would be length x width x depth. Since you didn't say what the depth was, the number of bags of dirt, which is equal to the volume you want to fill in cubic feet is just 36 x the depth you want to fill with dirt. If you only want to have about a 2 inch layer of dirt all over your garden, you need 36 ft2 x 1/6 ft = 6 cubic feet = 6 bags of dirt. Good luck!

To fill a hole 2 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 6 feet deep would take 48 (2 x 4 x 6) cubic feet of dirt.

None it's a hole

A box this big equals 1200 feet3.

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