What is a bank cubic yard?

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A bank cubic yard may be defined as a cubic yard material as it lies in its original state. It may also be defined as a cubic yard of earth or rock calculated or measured before it's removed from the bank.
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Bank cubic yard : 1 Cu-Yard of material as it lies in its natural state.
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1. Find the area of the space you want to fill by multiplying the length of the space by the width of the space. 2. Translate the size of the area to feet. If you measured in inches
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1. Obtain all necessary measurements in yards. Cubic yard volumes can be obtained relatively easily for a variety of standard three-dimensional spaces via a few simple equations.
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1 yard = 3 feet, so. 1 cubic yard = 1 yard. 3. = 3. 3. feet. 3. = 27 feet. 3. = 27 cubic feet.
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