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That depends on the third dimension.

Imagine trying to put stuff into a room that's 10 feet by 20 feet. You can put more stuff into a room with a 12-foot ceiling than you can into the same-sized room with a 10-foot ceiling.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

200 Sq Ft = 18.58 sq Mtrs

Nov 22, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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

The cubic ft capacity spec on a fridge is measured inside, and varies depending on its design, especially on whether it has an ice maker, although those measurements you give seem to be for a bar fridge or similar.

Your measurements come to 20.3 cu ft on the outside, but remember that is not relevant, you have to measure the dimensions to make sure it fits.

Your measurements come to 20.3 cu ft on the outside, but remember that is not relevant, you have to measure the dimensions to make sure it fits.

Feb 25, 2016 | Refrigerators

2.33 Cubic Yards

Jan 05, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Bob:

1 cubic yard is 3ft by 3 ft by 3 ft.

3 times 3 times 3 equals 27, so

1 cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet.

2 1/2 inches divided by 12 inches equals .2083333 feet

196 square feet times .208333 feet equals 40.83333 cubic feet

40.83333 cubic ft divided by 27 cubic ft equals 1.5123456 cu yards.

Ta Da!!!!

1 cubic yard is 3ft by 3 ft by 3 ft.

3 times 3 times 3 equals 27, so

1 cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet.

2 1/2 inches divided by 12 inches equals .2083333 feet

196 square feet times .208333 feet equals 40.83333 cubic feet

40.83333 cubic ft divided by 27 cubic ft equals 1.5123456 cu yards.

Ta Da!!!!

May 01, 2015 | Refrigerators

AC is approx. 145 lbs per cubic ft.

there are 27 cubic ft in 1 cubic yard

60 tons x 2000 = 120000 divided by 145 = 827.58 cubic ft divided by 27 = 30.65 cubic yards

square yards would depend on thickness of AC.

you can take thickness x sq ft to get cubic ft

in concrete 1 cubic yard =

4 inch thickness = 81 sq ft or 9 sq yrds

6 inch thickness = 54 sq ft or 6 sq yards

there are 27 cubic ft in 1 cubic yard

60 tons x 2000 = 120000 divided by 145 = 827.58 cubic ft divided by 27 = 30.65 cubic yards

square yards would depend on thickness of AC.

you can take thickness x sq ft to get cubic ft

in concrete 1 cubic yard =

4 inch thickness = 81 sq ft or 9 sq yrds

6 inch thickness = 54 sq ft or 6 sq yards

Feb 16, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

You should review the difference between the concept of an

areaand that of a **volume. **The confusion can create a lot of headaches for you.

To determine how many boards can fit in a volume of

2700 cubic feet, you must first calculate the volume of a

single board, then divide 2700 cu. ft. by the value of the

volume of a board.

Convert inches to feet.

1 ft = 12 in, thus 1in =(1/12) ft=

Volume of a board = length *width*height=

**(2.25/12)*(48.00/12)*(108.00/12)= ? cu. feet**

Divide 2700 cu. ft. by the value ( ? cu. ft. ) you find as

a result of the calculation above.

I trust you can do that on your own.

area

To determine how many boards can fit in a volume of

2700 cubic feet, you must first calculate the volume of a

single board, then divide 2700 cu. ft. by the value of the

volume of a board.

Convert inches to feet.

1 ft = 12 in, thus 1in =(1/12) ft=

Volume of a board = length *width*height=

Divide 2700 cu. ft. by the value ( ? cu. ft. ) you find as

a result of the calculation above.

I trust you can do that on your own.

Sep 11, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

1/4" bolts 10ft lbs

5/16" bolts 20FT lbs

3/8" bolts 35 ft lbs

5/16" bolts 20FT lbs

3/8" bolts 35 ft lbs

May 21, 2014 | Harley Davidson Motorcycles

Well if you go off of the volume, which is how much an item is made of versus how much space it takes up which is area, for the cubed beam you let 150 cubic feet versus the cylinder which is 125.6 cubic feet. The cylinder uses less product.

May 17, 2010 | Plumbing

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