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The number of truckloads to fill a hole 2017-06-18
From Jennifer:
How many full size truck bed pickup loads do in need to get to fill a hole that is 18' x 30' that is 4" deep?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Sloping my yard away from my house 2016-04-15
From Harold:
I need to slope a area of my yard away from my house and garage. The length of my house is 80 feet long and i need to slope it 22 feet away. I want to raise the dirt at the foundation by 6 inches and slope it down to nothing at the width of 22 feet. How much soil would i require?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Backfilling a rectangular hole for a shop foundation 2016-02-08
From Jeremy:
Hello, I'm going to be backfilling a rectangular hole for a shop foundation and need to know how much concrete and gravel I'm going to need to fill it in. The shop foundation is 38 feet wide by 30 feet long and 4 feet deep, there is also a concrete perimeter going inside the foundation that measures 16 inches wide and goes all the way around the inside of the foundation
Answered by Penny Nom.
Filling a pool with dirt 2015-05-01
From Mike:
I have a hole which a 24 ft pool in it is 10" deep in the the centre and goes to 1" inch at the edge want to fill it in with dirt how many yards of dirt would I need to fill it in
Answered by Penny Nom.
Filling a tub 2015-01-02
From Mr:
The cold tap can fill a bath in 5minutes,the hot tap in 15,and the waste pipe empty the full bath in 10 minutes. All three are fully open for 2 minutes,after which the waste-pipe is closed. How much longer will it take to fill the bath?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Filling three holes with stones 2014-08-20
From mark:
how many tonnes of hardcore/crushed stone would it take to fill 1 hole 9ft diameter 5ft deep and 2 holes both 3ft diameter and 5ft deep
Answered by Penny Nom.
Dirt to fill a pool 2013-07-13
From Neil:
I had a 24 foot diameter pool. The perimeter of it was at ground level. The pool sloped 1 foot deeper to the middle. In other words "a 1 ft. dish. How many cubic yards of dirt do I need to fill this hole?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A sloped yard 2012-04-24
From William:
Trying to calculate fill dirt for leveling a sloped yard to place a slab. Slab is 30'x40', yard slopes from corner #1 south 40' to Corner #4 drop is 11". From corner #1 east 30' to corner #2, drop is 11 1/4". From corner #1 southeast at a 45 degrees, 50' to corner #3, drop is 19 3/4". Corners numbered in a clockwise direction.
Answered by Penny Nom.
A lot with a slope 2012-03-30
From Carlos:
I have a lot with a slope. On the right I need to bring it up 2', From that point to the left is 112' which at this point I need to bring it up 5' for it to be level . The distance front to back is 80'. What is the cubic yards of this area that I need to fill in.
Answered by Harley Weston.
Tons of fill dirt 2012-01-27
From Brian:
about how many tons of fill dirt would I need to level a area 30 foot by 30 foot and 6 foot deep
Answered by Penny Nom.
How much gravel do I need to make it level? 2011-02-22
From Robert:
I have an area that is 55 feet long x 75 feet wide and goes from 0 to 13 inches deep. How much gravel do I need to make it level?
Answered by Penny Nom.
How many bags will it take to fill this? 2010-05-22
From David:
A garden lot..360 square feet and 6 inches deep..you want to fill this with mulch and use 2 cubic. foot bags...how many bags will it take to fill this? Thank you...Dave
Answered by Tyler Wood.
Backfilling the area around the outside of a pool 2010-04-07
From Craig:
I need to get dirt to fill an area 25ft x 25ft (think of a giant sandbox) HOWEVER, there is a pool 18 ft round in the middle of it. We need to backfill the area around the outside of the pool 6" deep. How much dirt will I need?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Fill required for a driveway 2009-10-03
From Rose:
We are going to be pouring a driveway and it is needing a lot of fill. I can't seem to figure this out. Measurements are 30 ft x 30 ft and it goes from 2' deep to 4" (which is what I need overall as it will be 4" of concrete for the driveway. Please HELP Rose in GA.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Filling a hole 2009-07-14
From BARRY:
I HAVE AN AREA THAT i NEED TO FILL WITH DIRT AND AM TRYING TO FIGURE OUT THE CU. YDS NEEDED. tHEY CIRCUMFRANCE OF THE HOLE IS 28' ROUND AND SLOPES FROM 2.5 FEET AT ONE END TO 0 ' AT THE OTHER. OVERALL THE HOLE IS 30' LONG BY 30' WIDE . THE SLOPE RANGES FROM 2.5 ' TO APPROX 4"
Answered by Harley Weston.
Fill behind a retaining wall 2009-02-05
From Fausto:
i'm trying to figure out how many cubic yards i will need. I built a retaining wall that it's 5 feet high, running 90 feet long. There is a slope running to the wall of 24 degrees. The distance from the top of the slope to the wall is 12 feet. I don't know how to calculate how many cubic yards of fill dirt i need in there. Please help. Thanks!
Answered by Harley Weston.
Cubic yards of fill dirt 2008-11-22
From Donnie:
I need to know the formula to figure cubic yds of fill dirt to fill an area from 4ft. deep to 18 inches deep this lot is on a slope and I am wanting to level 176 ft long by 4ft. deep the sides is 115 ft. wide the upper side is 18 inches deep.
Answered by Harley Weston.
I want to fill my backyard slope with fill dirt. 2008-05-25
From Piero:
I want to fill my backyard slope with fill dirt. The slope is 50 feet wide and the distance from the top of the top of the slope to the bottom is about 15 feet deep and the slope angle is at a 45. I want to know how many yards of dirt do I need to fill a space that is 20 feet out, 15 feet deep at a 45 degree angle.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Filling an old swimming pool 2007-08-27
From Russ:
I would like to know how much fill material I would need to fill an old swimming pool. The pool is 18' wide x 36' long and is 4' to 10' deep.
Answered by Penny Nom.
The size of a lot 2007-06-13
From Larry:
This is driving me crazy, I know i learned this in college but that was so many years ago haha. I am trying to determine how many acres my property is. Unfortunately everywhere i look is like another language to me when seeing these formulas. My property is square shaped so starting from one side and just working around the dimensions are: 114 feet x 95.88 feet x 100 feet x 91.91 feet.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Percentage increase and decrease 2007-06-13
From Anna:
I just want to if the following formula is used for the computation of a PERCENTAGE DECREASE:

Old Value - New Value/ Old Value x 100%

My immediate superior is under the impression that the said formula works ONLY for the computation of a percentage INCREASE. He believes that the formula for a percentage DECREASE:

Old Value - New Value/ NEW Value x 100%

On this score, I want to know the correct formula for the computation of percentage decrease. Thank you so much.


Answered by Penny Nom.
A 5 digit key 2007-05-31
From Michael:
I have a 5 digit key pad lock on my truck. I want to print out all of the combinations to try. pad one=0 pad two =1 pad three=2 pad four=3 pad five =4. can you help me find and print all combinations?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Water tank volume 2007-05-29
From Cecelia:
I HAVE A SEMI CIRCULAR TANK AGAINST A WALL MEASURING 6'10" ACROSS THE WIDEST PART AND 3' FROM THE WALL TO THE FRONT OF THE TANK. THE DEPTH IS 14". PLEASE HELP ME TO CALCULATE THE VOLUME OF WATER IN THE TANK.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
How much fill I would need 2007-03-06
From Tracey:
Oh am I confused! I need to know how much fill I would need to cover an area that is 28 feet in diameter by 8 inches deep. Thank you ...
Answered by Penny Nom.
Fill in the signs 2006-12-07
From Ujwala:
4$4$4$4=20 Fill in the signs in the place of dollor symbol.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Cubic yards of fill 2005-12-23
From Mike:
And I have a question in regards to the amount of fill needed to bring a vacant lot up to "grade level". The lot is 112' x 87' and I need to bring in fill to elevate the finished level up 4'.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Filling in the back yard with dirt 2003-02-04
From Joe:

We just bought a house and need to start filling in the back yard with dirt to level it out.

I measure 37'x 56' by 2' deep on an angle.

I will be building a retaining wall at the 2' deep portion. The slop will go from the 2' to nothing at the top or near the house. I can't remember how to get the Sq. foot or cubic yards.


Answered by Penny Nom.
The amount of gravel needed to fill a hole 2001-10-06
From Rhett:
My name is Rhett and my problem is...I am a contractor and I am having problems determining the amount of gravel(in tonnage) needed to fill this hole,the measurements are 60' in length,22' in width,and 14' in height....the problem is that it is not a usual box shaped hole or in this case a rectangle shaped hole,but more of a triangular shaped hole.I refer to the triangular shape as the interior shape of the crater not the exterior,which is shaped like the above dimensions.If you could help it would be greatly appreciated.P.s.This was a retaining wall project,built by myself, in front of a sloped end of a yard,so if you could imagine a 14" high hill with a landslide looking face,then build in your mind a three sided rectangle in front of it using the hill side that slopes as the fourth side of the rectangle,then you may be able to imagine what I mean as a triangular shaped interior of the hole.
Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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