Math Central - mathcentral.uregina.ca
Quandaries & Queries
Q & Q
 Topic: berm
start over

7 items are filed under this topic.

 Page1/1
 The volume of a berm 2020-02-28 From jason:how much dirt is in an 20'w 12't 1350'l bermAnswered by Penny Nom. The volume of a berm 2019-09-06 From John:I need to construct a berm: 8' tall 5' across the top 20' at the base 125' long How much soil will I needAnswered by Harley Weston. The volume of a berm 2018-06-04 From Mike:Have a berm that is 700’ long, 29’ y’all and needs a 20’ top with 5-1 slope on one side and 3-1 slope in the otherAnswered by Penny Nom. The acreage covered by a berm 2011-11-21 From Katherine:I need to know how to figure the acreage a berm might cover. Berm size is 815 ft. long with a 5' height average at a 3:1 slope It will have a 4 ft. top. Also how do you figure how wide a base would be for a berm at a 3:1 slope? I am thinking for every 3 ft horizontal I need to go 1 foot vertical starting from the center out. Is this only half the berm and need to mirror it for the other side to get a total base width?Answered by Penny Nom. The volume of a berm 2011-11-04 From Roy:I need to know how many cubic yards are in a berm 100 ft long 8 ft high and 32 ft wide at the bottom? Looking from the end of the berm it would look like a trangle. Thanks for the help.Answered by Penny Nom. The volume of a berm 2010-04-05 From jim:a berm 6 ft wide x 112 ft long 18 inches high at center x 18 inches down to 0 front and back as a taper...how much soil do I need?Answered by Penny Nom. A dirt berm 2010-02-05 From casey:My question is two fold. I want to build a dirt berm that is 95 feet long and 8 feet high which has a 45 degree angle on each side of the slope. My first question is how wide will the berm end up being? Second question is how many cubic yards of dirt will I need to get? Thanks!Answered by Harley Weston.

 Page1/1

 Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.
 about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français