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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by puddin' pie, Mar 27, 2007.
If it were a hydrolic equasion, I could answer those simple math
If you can't do the math then hire someone smarter than you to do it for you.
most of the time I agree. But if somone cant figure out his own math tell me who will get the job. Either he overbids cause he cant figure material or he underbids get the job loses his shirt a few times and then he is working at home depot. better yet he bid it gets it and screws it up and you can come in and fix it for more than you originally quoted and make more on the same job.
One cubic yard is 27 cu feet.
So 27 cubic feet makes one cubic yard.
One cubic yard IS one yard in cubic material measurement
...my wife thinks three inches is a foot.