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40 bags, 50 lbs. X 40 = 2000 lbs

2000 lbs = 1 ton

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Q: How many 50lb bags of sand make one ton?

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To convert the weight of the sand into a volume and find out how much you need you would need to know the density of the sand as the more dense it is the less sand there will be in a 50lb bag and the more bags you would then need to fill the yard

depends on what you mean by 5x5, would that be feet or yards If feet then 3.75 bags If yards then 33.75 A 50lb bag of sand is 0,5 cubic feet

You need10.8/(the number of cubic feet of sand in each bag) bags.

1 ton = 2000 pounds 2000/60 = 33.3 bags of 60 pounds to make 1 ton

120 50-pound bags.

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To convert the weight of the sand into a volume and find out how much you need you would need to know the density of the sand as the more dense it is the less sand there will be in a 50lb bag and the more bags you would then need to fill the yard

I'll use the density of dry, packed sand, which is 100 lbs per cubic foot, 50/100 is 2 50 lb bags of sand

depends on what you mean by 5x5, would that be feet or yards If feet then 3.75 bags If yards then 33.75 A 50lb bag of sand is 0,5 cubic feet

sand (silicon dioxide) has a specific gravity of about 2.7 8x12x2/12 = 16 cubic feet 16 x 62.4 x 2.7 = 2695.68 pounds of sand 2695.68 / 50 = 53.9136 or 54 bags of sand

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You need10.8/(the number of cubic feet of sand in each bag) bags.

50 pounds

The answer will depend on how big (or small) the bags of sand are!

it is 100 bags of sand/ballast

You can buy sand and bags, at Harco Sand & Gravel, 1650 Harco Way, Indianapolis, IN 46217. Their telephone number is (317) 786-8480.

1 ton = 2000 pounds 2000/60 = 33.3 bags of 60 pounds to make 1 ton

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