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How many cubic feet for 1560 square feet 2inches deep?

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2" out of 12" is equal to 2/12 feet; or 0.16666 feet.

1560 sq ft x 0.166667 ft = 260.00052 cu ft; or 260 cu ft

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1560 divided 6 = 260 cubic ft

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How many cubic yards does it take to cover 1 inch deep, 3700 square feet?


Since we are trying to calculate the number of cubic yards, let's calculate everything in terms of yards.

Converting inches to yards, we have to divide by 36, since there are 36 inches in a yard.

1 ' = 1/36 yard

Converting square feet to square yards, we divide by 9, since there are 9 square feet in a square yard.

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Calculating cubic yards, we multiply 411 square yards by 1/36 of a yard.


I get 11.42 cubic yards. So you are safe getting 12 cubic yards.

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How many cubic feet is a 18 foot circle by 1 foot deep trying to find out how muck stone I will need for this project


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pi r squared, or

3.14 x (9x9).

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I need to know how many cubic feet of mulch to put in my flower bed?


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How many cubic feet would I need to cover 1000 sq. feet.


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Convert 2,000 cubic ft to sq ft


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Cubic feet caculator


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374400 x 5 = 1872000

To convert cubic inches to cubic feet divide by 46656 (36 x 36 x 36)

1872000 / 46656 = 40.123456789

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