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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.

Know MoreMoisture 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 many cubic meters equals 1 tonne?

A:A cubic meter is a unit of volume, while a tonne is a unit of mass. Thus, the amount of volume required to equal 1 ton of mass depends entirely upon the density of the substance measured. For example, a cubic meter of water at roughly 4 degrees Celsius weighs 1 tonne. A tonne, also known as a metric ton, equals 1000 kilograms, or nearly 2,204 pounds.

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## How many kilometers are there in a meter?

A:Since a kilometer is equal to 1000 meters, there is 0.001 kilometer in one meter. A kilometer is the unit of length used in most countries to measure substantial distances.

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## How long is a linear meter?

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## How many square feet are in 1 meter?

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