The number of bags of concrete needed for 10 cubic feet depends on yields of a bag and bag size. A standard 60lb bag of concrete mix yields 0.45 cubic feet. To calculate the number of bags needed for 10 cubic feet, you would divide 10 by 0.45. So, approximately 23 bags of concrete would be required.

The weight of Quikrete or Sakrete bags can vary depending on the specific product. Typically, a 60-pound bag is common for many general-purpose concrete mixes, but there are also heavier options like 80-pound bags & 90-pound for specific applications and lighter options are 40-pound and 50-pound.

An 80lb bag of concrete mix is typically 0.60 cubic feet. To calculate the number of bags needed for 10 cubic feet, you would divide 10 by 0.60. So, approximately 17 bags of concrete would be required. Keep in mind that it’s a good practice to get a bit extra to account for any variations or discrepancies.

The number of bags needed depends on the volume each bag covers. Typically, an 80lb bag covers about 0.6 cubic feet, a 60lb bag covers about 0.45 cubic feet, a 40lb bag covers about 0.3 cubic feet, a 90lb bag covers about 0.675 cubic feet, and a 50lb bag covers about 0.375 cubic feet.

To calculate the number of bags needed for 10 cubic feet, you would divide 10 by the coverage per bag for each type and then round up to the nearest whole number for each bag size.

**How many bags of concrete for 10 cubic feet**

Here’s are the number of bags of concrete required for 10 cubic feet:

- For 90lb bag: there would be 15 x 90lb bags (because 10/0.675 = 15 bags)
- For 80lb bag: there would be 17 x 80lb bags (because 10/0.6 = 17 bags)
- For 60lb bag: there would be 23 x 60lb bags (because 10/0.45 = 23 bags)
- For 50lb bag: there would be 27 x 50lb bags (because 10/0.375 = 27 bags)
- For 40lb bag: there would be 34 x 40lb bags (because 10/0.30 = 34 bags).

In general, there would be 2 x 80lb or 3 x 60lb bags of concrete for 1 cubic feet, 5 x 80lb or 7 x 60lb bags of concrete for 3 cubic feet, 6 x 80lb or 8 x 60lb bags of concrete for 3.5 cubic feet, and 9 x 80lb or 12 x 60lb bags of concrete for 5 cubic feet.

Similarly, there would be 10 x 80lb or 13 x 60lb bags of concrete for 5.5 cubic feet, 10 x 80lb or 14 x 60lb bags of concrete for 6 cubic feet, 15 x 80lb or 20 x 60lb bags of concrete for 9 cubic feet, and 55 x 80lb or 74 x 60lb bags of concrete for 33 cubic feet.

**Here’s are table for how many bags of concrete required for different amount of cubic feet:-**

SL. No. | Cubic feet | 80 lb bags | 60 lb bags |

1 | 1 | 2 | 3 |

2 | 3 | 5 | 7 |

3 | 3.5 | 6 | 8 |

4 | 5 | 9 | 12 |

5 | 5.5 | 10 | 13 |

6 | 6 | 10 | 14 |

7 | 9 | 15 | 20 |

8 | 2 | 4 | 5 |

9 | 33 | 55 | 74 |

**Conclusions:**

Typically, there would be 17 x 80lb or 23 x 60lb bags of concrete for 10 cubic feet. To calculate the number of bags needed for 10 cubic feet, you would divide 10 by bag yields, such as 10/0.6 = 17 x 80lb or 10/0.45 = 23 x 80lb bags.