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Posted by lawnboy on January 30th, 2000 03:10 PM
In reply to concrete by ruthanne on January 30th, 2000 09:47 AM [Go to top of thread]

here you go remember everything needs to be done in a decimal form....take the length x the width x the depth, now with this number divide by 27 and this is the cubic lets say
its 10' wide 40' long and is 4" thick it would be 10 x 40 x .333 = 133.2 now divide by 27 (theres 27 cubic feet in a yard) and you get 4.9 yards so you can round it up to 5 yards. Hope this helps...or you can just call the cement place and they will tell you the answer.

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  • concrete by ruthanne  1/30/00 09:47 AM

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