# How many tons of base would be needed for an area of 6232 sq ft by 4 inch thick?

(6232 sq. ft. * 12 in. / ft. ) * 4 in. = 299136 cu. in.

299136 cu. in. * x tons / cu. in. = tons of base you need

# How many sq ft will 5 tons of rock cover 3 thick?

Answer .
1 ton of rock covers apx. 80sq ft 3" thick. 5 x 80 = 400sg ft

# How many tons of air conditioning you need to cool 110000 sq ft area?

Without knowing the the specs on the building it is impossible to answer this question with any accuracy. Where is the building? Arizona or Alaska? What part of Arizona? What …is it made out of? Is it insulated? With what? How many square feet of windows? Are they single pane or double insulated? How many doors and how big? What kind of doors? How many people use the building for how many hours a day? What are they doing in the building? How many stories? What type of roofing?.
WIth that large an area all of these and a few more factors can make a big difference in the amount of AC needed for this space.

# How many inches in a sq ft?

I believe the answer will be 144 inches.

# How much cement is needed for slab 240 Sq ft 6 inches thick?

13 1/3 cubic yards

# How many yards do you have if you have 814 sq ft with 4 inch thick?

A little over 10.

# You have 15000 sq ft and need 6in of sand how many tons do you need?

You need 7500 cubic feet of sand, say 150 long x 100 wide = 15000 x .5 (half a foot)deep=7500. In order to figure this you need to know how many cubic feet are in a ton of s…and and we don`t have that, but there is a way around it. Typically sand, gravel and top soil etc. is sold by contractors by the yard or cubic yard. So look at it this way 7500 cubic feet divided by 27 cubic feet (3x3x3=27) in one cubic yard and your answer is 278 yards or cubic yards of sand.

# How much concrete is needed for 400 sq ft 4 inches thick?

First convert the thickness, 4 inches to feet so we are using the same units for sq ft and thickness..
That is 4 inches is 4/12 ft or 1/3 ft.
Then multiply the sq ft by the …thickness to get the cubic measure..
That is 400 sq ft by 1/3 ft = 133.33 cu ft..
Convert that to cubic yards. Since there is 3 ft to a yard, there are 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cu ft in a cubic yard. So divide the cu ft by 27 to arrive at cu.yds..
That is 133.33/27 = 4.94 cu yards say 5 cubic yards..
If the result is required in cubic meters then multiply by 0.765..
That is 4.94 x 0.765 = 3.78 cubic meters

# How many sq ft will a ton of asphalt cover at 2 inches thick?

You need the density of compressed asphalt for a good estimate. But let us say it is 3 g/cmĂ‚Âł which is what granite is (By all means hunt down a better number) density …= mass/(unit volume) or volume = mass/density The units need to be the same.**** Convert 3 g/cmĂ‚Âł to lb/ftĂ‚Âł To answer conversion questions like this go to Google.com and in the search window, type in your question like this.. 3 g/cm^3 in lb/ft^3 It gave me...3 (g / (cm^3)) = 187.283882 pound / (ft^3) volume = mass/density V= 2000lb/187.283882 pound / (ft^3) You type the following in to the google window.. (It can be used as a calculator) 2000/187.28 = and it gives you this.. .
2 000 / 187.28 = 10.6791969.
So a ton has a volume of .
10.679 ftĂ‚Âł .
Now .. Volume = length x width x thickness you need to convert 2 inches to ft. (Units must be the same) google.com > 2 inches in ft .
2 inches = 0.166666667 feet.
10.679 ftĂ‚Âł = Area x 0.166666667 feet.
or dividing both sides by 0.166666667 feet Area= 10.679/0.16666 google.com > 10.679/0.16666 = output > 10.67900 / 0.16666 = 64.0765631 So assuming the density is 3 g/cmĂ‚Âł the answer would be 64 square ft. Note that density is probably high. 2.5 g/cmĂ‚Âł may be closer. But you want to error on the safe side. If the density was 2.5 the answer would be .
(64 / 3) * 2.5 = 53.3 ftĂ‚Â˛ .
Often a person checks his answer by working the problem backward. In this case you would calculated the volume, then the density and then the mass

# If you pour 85 yards of concrete 4 inches thick how many sq ft is that?

one (1) cubic yard of concrete four inches thick will cover 80 sq. feet. 85 yards x 81 = 6885 sq. feet.

# How many cubic yards of concrete does it take to pour a 4800 sq ft area 4 inches thick?

4800 x .33 / 27 = 58.66 yards

# How many cubic yards of concrete does it take to pour a 1100 sq ft area 6 inches thick?

1,100 sq ft = 122.22 sq yds.
6 inches = 0.166 yds.
Thus the volume = 122.22 x 0.166 = 20.37 cubic yards

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# How much dirt would you need to cover 2000 sq ft 1 inch thick?

(2000 sq. ft.) X (1 in.) X (1 ft. / 12 in.) = 167 cu. ft. (167 cu. ft.) X (1 cu. yd. / 27 cu. ft.) = 6.2 cu. yd. Full size pickup truck will hold 2 to 3 cu. yd. Tandem ax…le box truck will hold 10 cu. yd.

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# How many tons or airconditiononig are needed to To cool 2000 sq ft area?

rule of thumb 400 sq ft a ton....so rule of thumb would be 5 ton without doing solar calculation on house

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# How many yards of concrete for 23000 sq ft 7.5 inch thick?

532.4074 yards of concrete, round up to 533 yards.

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# How many tons of sand do you need to cover 14000 sq ft 2 inches deep?

Approximately 117.5 tons of dry sand. I willl use 1602 kg/m 3 as the density of the sand. (See http://www.simetric.co.uk/si_materials.htm) We need common units, so first I …will convert 1602 kg/m 3 to lbs/cubic yard. 1602 kg/m 3 = 1602 kg/m 3 * (2.2 lb/kg) * (1m 3 /1.09 3 cu yds) = (1602*2.2)/1.09 3 = 2721 lbs/cu yard Now figure out the volume of sand you need (in cubic yards). volume = (14000 sq ft)*(2 in) = ((14000/9) sq yds)*((2/36) yds) = (14000/9)*(2/36) yds = 86.4 cu yds weight = density*volume=2721*86.4 lbs = 235094 lbs = 235094/2000 tons = 117.5 tons

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# How many bricks would be needed for a 700 sq ft patio if one brick is 8 inches in length by 4 inches in width?

If none are spoiled or lost, and all fit exactly with no space between, then you need 3,150 bricks. One way: 8 inches = 2 / 3 ft 4 inches = 1 / 3 ft Brick …area = ( 2 / 3 x 1 / 3 ) = 2 / 9 square ft (700) / (2/9) = (700 x 9 / 2 ) = 3,150 bricks The other way: 1 square ft = 144 square inches 700 square feet = 100,800 square inches Brick area = (8 x 4) = 32 square inches 100,800 / 32 = 3,150 bricks