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Length times Width times Height In your case a refrigerator, assuming you want to find how many cubic feet the inside (storage) has, inside depth times inside width times inside height. This in case you want to find the interior cubic feet.
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Here is the information on the battery size from NAPA. The CA(cranking amps) and CCA(cold cranking amps) can be changed within a certain amount but the dementions should stay the same as well as it being a top post battery.
Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 780 Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 625 Battery Height : 8" Battery Length : 9 1/16" Battery Load Test Amps : 312.5 Battery Posts Type : Top Mount Battery Reserve Capacity : 95 Battery Voltage : 12 Battery Weight : 32.5 Battery Width : 6 13/16"