1. Measure the length and width of the area in which you will pour the concrete in feet and inches. If the area is not shaped like a simple square or rectangle, divide it into sections
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2300KG. weight will vary depending on size of gravel used. this answer based on a standard 1520mm gravel
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To calculate a cubic meter you need to take the length times width times height and then divide by 1728 to get cubic feet. Take that number and divide by 35 to get cubic feet. For
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This is very easy. Weight is the gravitational force on a body, and is calculated as m*g where m is mass & g is the acceleration due to gravity (9.81m/s^2) The mass of 1m^3 of
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