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What is the cubic yard of a circle that is 10.82feet diameter x 16inches deep?

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Cubic capacity is pye X radius squared X depth
that is 3.1416 X 5.33 squared by 1 .3 ft
that is 3.1416 X 28.408 X 1.3
that is 118.69 cubic ft
1 cubic ft = .0370 cubic yards
multiply 118.69 cubic ft =4.39c yards or you can convert the feet to yards first and then apply the formula
so that is 3.1416 X 1.77 squared =
3.1416 X 3.13= 9.83 sq yards X .43 yards =4.22 cubic yards
the difference is from how many decimal points you go to
for each number

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The formula for volume of a cylinder is Volume = pi × r2 × h
but if you arent math savvy, first you convert your units so they are the same. all you have to do is change 16 inches into 1.3 feet and divide your diameter (10.82 feet) by 2 to give you the radius (5.41 feet)
plug in those values here:

and you will get 119.5 cubic feet

then convert cubic feet to cubic yards here:

and the answer to your question is 4.425 cubic yards

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