# Cubic Yards of Circular Stepping Stones

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Looking to add some personality to your outdoor space with some lovely stepping stones but not sure how many you need? Or how much concrete you’ll need to make them? Well, our Cubic Yards of Circular Stepping Stones calculator is here to help! Just enter the desired radius of your stepping stones and the desired number of stones and we’ll tell you how many cubic yards of concrete you’ll need to make them. So get creative and start planning your dream garden today!

Cubic Yards of Circular Stepping Stones calculator

This calculator helps you determine the number of cubic yards of circular stepping stones you will need for your project. Simply enter the desired diameter of the stones and the desired spacing between the stones, and the calculator will do the rest.

How to calculate the cubic yards of circular stepping stones

To calculate the cubic yards of circular stepping stones, you will first need to determine the diameter of the stones. Once you have the diameter, you can multiply it by itself and then by 3.14 to find the square footage. After you have the square footage, you can divide it by 27 to find the cubic yards.

Tips for calculating the cubic yards of circular stepping stones

To calculate the cubic yards of circular stepping stones, you will need to know the dimensions of the stones and the shape of the area where they will be placed. The stones should be placed in a square or rectangular pattern and the area should be level.

If the stones are placed in a square pattern, each stone will require four square feet of space. For example, if the stones are 12 inches wide, each stone will require four square feet of space. This means that 100 stones will require 400 square feet of space. To calculate the cubic yards of these stones, you will need to divide the square footage by 27 (the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard). This means that 100 stones will require 15 cubic yards of space.

If the stones are placed in a rectangular pattern, each stone will require six square feet of space. For example, if the stones are 12 inches wide and 18 inches long, each stone will require six square feet of space. This means that 100 stones will require 600 square feet of space. To calculate the cubic yards of these stones, you will need to divide the square footage by 27 (the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard). This means that 100 stones will require 22.2 cubic yards of space.