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Q: How many bags of sand in 1 cubic meter?

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1 Cubic Meter of sand can be split up in a number of ways. It depends on the size of the bags being used to hold it.

Depending on how tight it's packed, dry sand can weigh anywhere between 1,442 and 1,602 kilograms per cubic meter. Therefore, a cubic meter of dry sand can weigh between 1.6 and 1.8 short tons. So in average, 1 ton = 0.6 m3, for dry sand.

I'm assuming by bricki you mean aggregate? There are several different mixes of concrete that yield different strengths. One of the more common mixes is a 3/2/1 mix this combines 3 parts aggregate (crushed stone), 2 parts sand and 1 part portland cement. with this mixture to make 1 cubic meter of concrete you will need almost 1/2 cubic meter of aggregate, 1/3 cubic meter sand and 1/6 cubic meter portland cement mixed with about 75 liters of water. Different mixes use varying amounts of stone though the sand and cement mixture stays between 1 1/2 : 1 to 2:1

sand weighs 100 pounds per cubic feet 2000 pounds is one ton 2000/100 = 20 cubic feet 1 meter = 3.28 feet 1 cu meter = 3.28 x 3.28 x 3.28 = 35.31 cu ft 20 cubic feet = 20/35.31 = 0.566 cubic meters

The number of cubic meters in 1 ton varies depending on the material's density. For example, 1 ton of water is equivalent to 1 cubic meter, as water has a density of 1 ton per cubic meter. However, for other materials like concrete or soil, 1 ton may occupy more or less than 1 cubic meter based on their densities.

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it is 100 bags of sand/ballast

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

1 Cubic Meter of sand can be split up in a number of ways. It depends on the size of the bags being used to hold it.

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

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1:6 brick work sand consumption for 1 cubic meter = 9.71 cft 1 cubic meter brick work cement consumption = 1.32 bags 1.32/28.8= .0458 cubic meter .458*6 = .275 .275*35.31 =9.71 cft

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With dry sand. 1.602 tonnes

One cubic meter of concrete is equal to 1.308 cubic yards of concrete. If there are 5 1/2 bags of cement in 1 cubic yard of concrete, there would be 7.2 bags in 1 cubic meter of concrete. These are the 94 pound bags of portland cement or roughly 40kg bags so figure 8 bags total. Some will be left over

it depends on the density, but if we take a density of 1.6 kg/ litre for dry sand it would be 1.6 x 1000 litres = 1600 kg 1600 / 40 = 40 bags