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An area 10 foot x 10 foot is 100 square feet. 100 cubic feet of sand would cover it with a one foot deep layer of sand. If the sand needs to be 6 inches deep, then 50 cubic feet are be needed, or 25 cubic feet if the sand is to be 3 inches thick.

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90 sq. ft. at 4 inches deep

Q: How much sand is needed for an area 10 foot x 10 foot?

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24 cubic feet . . . (6'x6'x 0.67')

The answer will depend on the units for 2. Whether it is 2 inches, feet or something else. Assuming you mean feet, a 12 foot x 12 foot x 2 foot area contains 288 cubic feet. Sand is usually measured in lbs. One cubic foot of sand weighs about 100 lbs (see related questions below). 288 x 100 lbs = 28800 lbs. This is 14.4 tons of sand.

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Concrete is a mixture of sand, gravel, cement, and water. Generally, you have 1 part cement, 2 parts sand, and 3 parts gravel. Sand makes up about 1/4 or 1/3 of a cubic foot. At 100 pounds per cu ft that is about 25-35 pounds.

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4 inches deep would be the minium coverage of sand needed for a horse area

As you did not specify a depth, I can not provide an answer.

24 cubic feet . . . (6'x6'x 0.67')

18 cubic yards or 487.5 cubic feet.

That depends on the volume of sand in each bag. You'll need a total of 21.3 cubic feet.

use a known volume container to measure a quantity = 200 x (the depth you want the sand).

The camel has broad foot pads that spread out when it walks. These pads are similar to snowshoes in the support they provide to camels on soft sand. Horses have a much smaller area that does not expand. As they put their weight on a hoof, the horse's foot will plunge into the sand.

1 cubic foot=100 lbs of sand 1728 cubic in.=100 lbs of sand 864 cubic in.= 50 lbs of sand 432 cubic in.= 25 lbs of sand and so on and so on

First question: Why do you need sand. and two: You need another dimension [such as height] to have area right?

The answer will depend on the units for 2. Whether it is 2 inches, feet or something else. Assuming you mean feet, a 12 foot x 12 foot x 2 foot area contains 288 cubic feet. Sand is usually measured in lbs. One cubic foot of sand weighs about 100 lbs (see related questions below). 288 x 100 lbs = 28800 lbs. This is 14.4 tons of sand.

you would need 3 qb. yards of sand to cover that area L X W X .25 FOR 4 INCHES DIVIDED BY 27