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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i am trying to determine
96x1/6 =16 cu/ft 1/6=2/12 the 2" out of 12"
Depending on stone stone weighs about 100lbs per cu/ft, so that would b 1600 lbs. A little less than a ton.If you're going to buy in bulk, just get one ton you can always spread it out and make it slightly deeper. If you want to be sure ,you can measure out 1 cu/ft (take a 12x12x12box) fill it and weigh it. Then multiply by 16 and that's how much you'd need..
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
Using formula V = Pi r 2 h, I'd say about 93 cubic feet. This is using 3.14 for Pi.
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