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# How much does a cubic meter of soil weigh?

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One cubic meter of soil weighs between 1.2 and 1.7 metric tonnes, or between 1,200 and 1,700 kilograms. These metric figures convert to between 2,645 and 3,747 pounds, or between 2.6 tons and 3.7 tons, per cubic meter. Loose topsoil is lighter, and compacted topsoil is heavier.

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Moisture content also affects density and weight of soil. Myers Group claims that 1 cubic meter of topsoil, with some moisture, is 1.44 metric tonnes. The Engineering ToolBox explains that 1 cubic meter of loose, dry topsoil is 1.22 metric tonnes, and loose, moist topsoil is 1.25 metric tonnes. One cubic meter is approximately 1.3 cubic yards, or 35 cubic feet.

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## How do you convert 270 pounds to kilograms?

A:Converting from pounds to kilograms involves finding the conversion factor of 0.45 kilograms/pound and using this to create a conversion equation. Solving the equation (270 pounds)(0.45 kilograms/pound) supplies the answer of 121.5 kilograms.

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## What Is 15 kilograms converted to pounds?

A:Fifteen kilograms is equal to approximately 33.069 pounds. Since there are exactly 2.2046 pounds in 1 kilogram, simply multiply the value in kilograms by 2.2046 to obtain the value in pounds.

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## What is a bomb calorimeter used for?

A:A bomb calorimeter is used to determine the enthalpy of combustion of hydrocarbons. Bomb calorimeters are constant volume calorimeters that are used to determine the energy necessary for certain hydrocarbons to undergo a combustion reaction.

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## How many watts make one amp?

A:Power in watts equals amperes times voltage. So, in a direct current, 1 amp at 110 volts equals 110 watts, whereas 1 amp at 220 volts equals 220 watts.

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