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Q: At two inches thick how much area will 60 tons of dirt cover?

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Roughly 12 square yards.

It depends on sevaral factors. 1. How thick the dirt is 2. How compact the dirt is. Just a rule of thumb. (per cubic yard) 3 inches deep will cover an area 5.5' x 20' 6 inches deep will cover an area 5.5' x 10' 1' deep with cover an area of about 5.5' x 5'

One "yard" of dirt (meaning one cubic yard) contains 46,656 cubic inches. Spread 8 inches thick this will cover 5832 square inches or 40.5 square feet.

it rather depends on how thick a layer you put down.

It will cover 324 sq/ft or 36 sq/yrd at 1" thick It will cover 162 sq/ft or 18 sq/yds at 2" thick It will cover 108 sq/ft or 12 sq/yds at 3" thick It will cover 81 sq/ft or 9 sq/yds at 4" thick.

That would depend on how deep you want the dirt to be... to cover an area that size with dirt just one inch thick...you'll probably need around 20 tons....so multiply by 20 tons however many inches thick you'll need it

If applied 1 foot deep it will cover 108 square feet. If applied 6 inches deep it will cover 216 square feet. It all depends on how thick you apply it.

a yard of dirt is 27cubic feet 2" is 1/6' 27cubic ft / 1/6' = 162 square ft unless you meant 2" wide and 2" thick for 972 feet

You will need 1500 cubic feet.

50 cubic feet.

About two yards. One yard of dirt is 36 inches on a side, or 46,656 cubic inches. 15x20 foot by 2 inches is 86,400 cubic inches.

The answer will depend on the depth to which the dirt is spread.

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