Dry sand has a density of 100 pounds/cubic foot. One ton equals 2000
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1. Multiply the total number of tons by 2,000 to convert the unit of measurement from tons to pounds. Therefore, if you have four tons of sand gravel, it would equate to 8,000 pounds
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At a 3 large aggregate, 2 sand, 1 cement ratio in volume, 100 cubic feet of concrete would require 3/6th of 100 cu. ft of large aggregate = 50 cubic feet of large aggregate : 2/6
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