Measurements
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1,000 square feet is the same as 92.903 square meters and 0.2239 acres. It might seem like a lot, but if you take a look at Richard Gere’s $28-million, 48-acre retreat in the countryside, 1,000 square feet is peanuts.

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A pound of scrap copper can be exchanged for between $0.10 and $4.00. The exact price per pound will depend on the availability and the condition of the scrap metal.

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You can receive between $0.12 and $0.90 per pound of aluminum scrap. The exact price per pound depends on the condition of the scrap metal and what form it comes in.

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Silver is a precious metal that is viewed as a safe investment alternative. Whether you want to hedge your assets against inflation or just want a hard asset to liquidate during hard times, precious silver could be the exact thing you’re looking for. But like all precious metals, the value of silver fluctuates due to several factors.

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10 kilograms is the same as 10,000 grams. In imperial units, it equals 22.0462 pounds or 352.74 ounces.

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A single acre of land is the same as 43,560 square feet. So, 50 acres would be equal to 2,178,000 square feet, 242,000 square yards, or about 20.2343 hectares.

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Each penny weighs 2.5 grams or 0.0881 ounces. With 16 ounces per pound, that would mean 1 pound of pennies is equal to roughly 181 (rounded down) pennies or $1.81 in value.

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A ton is equal to 2,000 pounds 907.185 kilograms. A ton differs from a metric ton, which is equal to 1,000 kilograms or 2,204.62 pounds.

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A single bag of mulch typically contains 2 cubic feet. A cubic yard, or a yard in gardening terms, is 27 cubic feet, which means that you would need 13.5 mulch bags per yard.

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A fully loaded concrete truck can hold between 0.3 and 0.4 cubic yards of concrete at once.

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The weight of a cubic yard of gravel weighs between 2,200 and 2,900 pounds. So, a ton of gravel, which is 2,000 pounds, would equal between 0.69 and 0.91 cubic yards.

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The weight of a yard of dirt depends on how much moisture is in it and whether or not it is compacted. Dry dirt typically has a weight range of 1 to 1.3 tons per yard, whereas wet, compacted dirt can weigh as much as 1.7 tons per yard.