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Three piles of top soil 2012-10-07
From Steve:
I need your help please, I am looking to purchase some top soil and keep getting conflicting answers.
There are 3 piles and here are the sizes;
Pile #1: 203 feet around and 21.29 feet high.
Pile #2: 195 feet around and 18.75 feet high.
Pile #3: 150 feet around and 17.98 feet high.
I look forward to hearing back from you asap.
Thank You!

Answered by Harley Weston.
A conical pile of gravel 2010-05-15
From Chuck:
If I have a conical pile of gravel 50 feet across at the base and a height of 65 feet and the slope of the side is approximately 60 degrees, how do I calculate the cubic yards?
Answered by Robert Dawson.



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