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Do the math...1 yd=3 ft. So, 3'x3'x3'=27 cu ft (or 1 cu yd). 27 cu ft x 12 cu yd=324 cu ft!

Assuming by "yard" you mean a "builder's" yard = 1 cubic yard: 1 yd = 3 ft 1 cu yd = 1 yd x 1 yd x 1 yd = 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft = 27 cu ft. 1ft x 200 ft x 200 ft = 40000 cu ft → 40000 cu ft = 40000 ÷ 27 cu yd = 1481 13/27 cu yd ≈ 1481.5 cu yd.

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if your numbers are in yards 8100 cu yd if they are in ft 300 cu yd

Mathematically, a yard is a measure of length, has only one dimension and thus has no volume which has three dimensions; so no matter how many of them you have you will never get a volume of 15 cu ft.If you are using "yard" in the slang, builders' way to represent cubic yards, then:1 yd = 3 ft1 cu yd = 1 yd x 1 yd x 1 yd= 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft= 27 cu ft⇒ 15 cu ft = 15 ÷ 27 cu yd= 5/9 cu yd≈ 0.56 cu yd

3 ft = 1 yd 36 in = 1 yd ⇒ 50 ft x 7 ft x 4 in = (50 ÷ 3) yd x (7 ÷ 3) yd x (4 ÷ 36) yd = 350/81 cu yd = 426/81 cu yd ≈ 4.321 cu yd

27 cu. ft. = 1 cu. yd.

V = ( 28000 gal ) ( 1.0 cu ft / 7.4805 gal ) ( 1 cu yd / 27 cu ft ) V = 138.6 cu yd <----------------------------

27 cu ft = 1 cu yd

600 cu yd = 16200 cu ft

1 (cu yd) = 27 cu foot

717.5 cu ft = 26.57 cu yd

1 ft = 1/3 yd → 1 cu ft = 1 ft × 1 ft × 1 ft = 1/3 yd × 1/3 yd × 1/3 yd = 1/23 cu yd So work out the volume of your hole by multiplying the dimensions together (ft × ft × ft) and divide the result by 27 to get the volume in cu yards, ie: volume in cubic yards = (ft × ft × ft) ÷ 27

1 yd = 3 ft → 1 sq yd = 1 yd x 1 yd = 3 ft x 3 ft = 9 ft 1 yd = 36 in → volume = 4800 sq ft x 5 in = 4800 ÷ 9 sq yd x 5 ÷ 36 yd = 74 2/27 cu yd ≈ 74.074 cu yd.

3 ft = 1 yd volume = 12 ft x 12 ft x 2 ft = 12 ÷ 3 yd x 12 ÷ 3 yd x 2 ÷ 3 yd = 10 2/3 cu yd ≈ 10.67 cu yd

27 cu. ft. = 1 cu. yd.

1 yd = 3 ft ⇒ 22 ft = 22/3 yds and 3 ft = 3/3 = 1 yd 22 ft x 22 ft x 3 ft = 22/3 yd x 22/3 yd x 1 yd = 484/9 cu yds = 537/9 cu yds ≈ 53.78 cu yds

1 yd = 3 ft (1yd x 1yd x 1yd) = 1 yd3 = (3ft x 3ft x 3ft) = 27 ft3

sq feet to sq yards cu ft to cu yards you need depth added to your sq ft to get cu ft such as 70 sq ft x 4 in deep = 23.33 cu ft =.086 cu yd

3 yd = 1 ft → volume = 120 ft × 40 ft × 1 ft = (120 ÷ 3) yd × (40 ÷ 3) yd × (1 ÷ 3) yd = 4800 ÷ 27 yd³ = 177 7/9 cu yd ≈ 177.78 cubic yards.

Assuming you mean the colloquial (builder's) yard for cubic yard: 36 in = 1 yd 3 ft = 1 yd ⇒ 3 ft x 3 ft = 1 yd x 1 yd ⇒ 9 sq ft = 1 sq yd ⇒ 4500 sq ft x 1 in = (4500 ÷ 9) sq yd x (1 ÷ 36) yd = 138/9 cu yd ≈ 13.89 cu yd

Assuming that the warehouse is a cuboid with flat walls and that the storage shelves also need to be heated, then: 3 ft = 1 yd volume = 200 ft × 400 ft × 20 ft = (200 ÷ 3) yd × (400 ÷ 3) yd × (20 ÷ 3) yd = 1600000/27 cu yd = 59,259 7/27 cu yd ≈ 59,259 cu yards (at that size, the fraction is immaterial; it is also reasonable to round to the nearest 10 cu yd to give approx 59,260 cu yd.)

(2000 sq. ft.) X (1 in.) X (1 ft. / 12 in.) = 167 cu. ft.(167 cu. ft.) X (1 cu. yd. / 27 cu. ft.) = 6.2 cu. yd.Full size pickup truck will hold 2 to 3 cu. yd.Tandem axle box truck will hold 10 cu. yd.