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Here is the basic knowledge to help find your answer **1inch=2.54 cm****1cm=0.01 m**

1foot=12 inches=12*2.54 cm=30.48 cm=0.3048 m

Volume of timber =**2*2*9 *(0.3048)^3 **m^3=1.019 steres

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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the volume formula is what is used to determine the amount of water in a tank

that is length X width X height (depth) that determines the cubic capacity or the tank

now 1 cubicft = 7.48 gallons

so as an example-- a fish tank 3ft X2 ft X 2ft = 12 cubic ft =12 X 7.48 = 89.76 gallons

that is length X width X height (depth) that determines the cubic capacity or the tank

now 1 cubicft = 7.48 gallons

so as an example-- a fish tank 3ft X2 ft X 2ft = 12 cubic ft =12 X 7.48 = 89.76 gallons

Dec 15, 2016 | Vacuums

multiply the length (100 ft) by the depth (1.5 ft) by the width 2 ft and that results in a cubic ft measurement

divide that by 9 ( 9 cubic ft = 1 cubic yard ) and you have your answer

I am not going to work it out for you as it is grade 3 maths

divide that by 9 ( 9 cubic ft = 1 cubic yard ) and you have your answer

I am not going to work it out for you as it is grade 3 maths

May 25, 2016 | Fish

rough estimate by rounding off the measurements

6ft X3ftX2.5 ft

volume = H X W X D= 18X2.5=45 cubic ft

first grade maths really

6ft X3ftX2.5 ft

volume = H X W X D= 18X2.5=45 cubic ft

first grade maths really

Jan 11, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

2.33 Cubic Yards

Jan 05, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Square metres is a measure of area. Cubic metres and cubic yards is a measure of volume. There is no conversion between them without a third dimension.

Consider a storeroom that's 40.3 square metres in area. How much stuff can you store in it? Well, that depends on how high the ceiling is. If the ceiling is 2 metres high then the volume of the room is 80.6 cubic metres. If the ceiling is 3 metres high then the volume is 120.9 cubic metres.

One cubic metre is about 1.31 cubic yards.

Consider a storeroom that's 40.3 square metres in area. How much stuff can you store in it? Well, that depends on how high the ceiling is. If the ceiling is 2 metres high then the volume of the room is 80.6 cubic metres. If the ceiling is 3 metres high then the volume is 120.9 cubic metres.

One cubic metre is about 1.31 cubic yards.

Jan 27, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Assuming you mean "mt" to be meters (or metres), about 106.

Oct 27, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Multiply 9ft by 2ft by 2ft to get 36 cubic feet. One foot is exactly 0.3048 meters so one cubic foot is about 0.0283 cubic meters. Multiply that by 36 to get about 1.019 cubic meters.

Oct 18, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Cubic metre is a measure of volume. Tonne is a measure of weight (or mass). The weight of 5 cubic metres of something depends on the density of that something.

5 cubic metres of air weighs a fraction of a tonne. 5 cubic metres of water weighs 5 tonnes. 5 cubic metres of lead weighs about 56 tonnes.

5 cubic metres of air weighs a fraction of a tonne. 5 cubic metres of water weighs 5 tonnes. 5 cubic metres of lead weighs about 56 tonnes.

Feb 04, 2011 | Canon P23-DHV Calculator

I'm sorry to tell you but it's actually wrong..

this should be how it drawn..to solved this two volume is needed..the outside and inside volume..

V(outside)=80(40)(12)

V(outside)=38 400 cub. ft.

V(inside)=(80-2-2)(40-2-2)(1...

V(inside)=32832 cub. ft.

V(total)=V(outside)-V(inside)...

V(total)=5568 cub. ft

convert to**cub.** yard=206.22 cub yd.

this should be how it drawn..to solved this two volume is needed..the outside and inside volume..

V(outside)=80(40)(12)

V(outside)=38 400 cub. ft.

V(inside)=(80-2-2)(40-2-2)(1...

V(inside)=32832 cub. ft.

V(total)=V(outside)-V(inside)...

V(total)=5568 cub. ft

convert to

Jan 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Hi Kelma,

First determine the area to be filled

4 x 2 x 2 = 16 cubic ft

You need to determine how many cubic feet a gallon displaces.

Find out how many gallons the tank will hold by dividing:

Area to be filled / Displacement per gallon = Total capicity of tank in gallons

Best regards

Mike

First determine the area to be filled

4 x 2 x 2 = 16 cubic ft

You need to determine how many cubic feet a gallon displaces.

Find out how many gallons the tank will hold by dividing:

Area to be filled / Displacement per gallon = Total capicity of tank in gallons

Best regards

Mike

Oct 12, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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