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Multiply them all together, = 328 cu ft

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Posted on Dec 22, 2016

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Posted on Dec 21, 2016

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

The volume is about 105,244 cubic feet (that's about 105 thousand).

One foot is 0.3048 meters, so one cubic feet is about 0.0283 cubic meters, or, by taking reciprocals, one cubic meter is about 35.315 cubic feet.

One foot is 0.3048 meters, so one cubic feet is about 0.0283 cubic meters, or, by taking reciprocals, one cubic meter is about 35.315 cubic feet.

Nov 22, 2016 | Miscellaneous

You can't convert a volume to an area. For example. if everything is stacked 7 feet high then the area would be 484 square feet. If stacked 14 feet high the the area would be 242 square feet.

In SI, about 95.94 cubic meters.

In SI, about 95.94 cubic meters.

Nov 14, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

We need to convert everything to a common unit, so let's convert the 18 inches into 1.5 feet.

Volume is length times width times height.

v= 132 x 2 x 1.5

v= 396 cubic feet

To convert to cubic yards, imagine a yard cube. It is 3 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet for a total of 27 cubic feet.

v1 = 396 cubic feet/27 cubic feet per yard

v1 = 14 2/3 cubic yards

So 15 cubic yards should do it.

Good luck.

Paul

Volume is length times width times height.

v= 132 x 2 x 1.5

v= 396 cubic feet

To convert to cubic yards, imagine a yard cube. It is 3 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet for a total of 27 cubic feet.

v1 = 396 cubic feet/27 cubic feet per yard

v1 = 14 2/3 cubic yards

So 15 cubic yards should do it.

Good luck.

Paul

Apr 27, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

First step - convert everything to feet - 5" is 5/12 of a foot

40 x 4 x 5/12 = 66.6 cubic feet.

Since a cubic yard is 3 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet, there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.

66.6 cubic feet / 27 cubic feet/cubic yard = 2.5 cubic yards.

Good luck.

Paul

40 x 4 x 5/12 = 66.6 cubic feet.

Since a cubic yard is 3 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet, there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.

66.6 cubic feet / 27 cubic feet/cubic yard = 2.5 cubic yards.

Good luck.

Paul

Apr 15, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Are you looking for the volume of the whole range or the volume of the oven in the range?

This site give the standard size as 30" wide, 36" high, and 25" deep. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/standard-kitchen-stove-dimensions-82501.html

This site has the range's owner's manual and gives the installation instructions.

http://www.youserguide.com/wiki/Frigidaire_CFEF357C

Page 5 has some measurements.

To convert the inch measurements into cubic feet, divide by number of cubic inches by 1728, the number of cubic inches in a cubic foot. The cubic inches for a normal stove would be 30" x 36" x 25" or 27,000 cubic inches or 27,000 / 1728 or 15.625 cubic feet.

Good luck.

Paul

This site give the standard size as 30" wide, 36" high, and 25" deep. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/standard-kitchen-stove-dimensions-82501.html

This site has the range's owner's manual and gives the installation instructions.

http://www.youserguide.com/wiki/Frigidaire_CFEF357C

Page 5 has some measurements.

To convert the inch measurements into cubic feet, divide by number of cubic inches by 1728, the number of cubic inches in a cubic foot. The cubic inches for a normal stove would be 30" x 36" x 25" or 27,000 cubic inches or 27,000 / 1728 or 15.625 cubic feet.

Good luck.

Paul

Apr 09, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Alex. The 3 measurements you quote are all cubic feet so you cannot ascertain any fixed sizes from that. The figure is arrived at by multiplying the width x height x depth. This means that if the box is 1 foot high and 1 foot wide it would need to be 1.4 feet deep to total 1.4 cubic feet. If it was 6 feet high and 1.4 feet wide and 2 inches deep it would also be 1.4 cubic feet. As you can see the sizes are completely different and the combination of different sizes is just about infinite.

Hope that is of some help, although to be honest I don't see how....

Regards

Steve

Hope that is of some help, although to be honest I don't see how....

Regards

Steve

Jan 21, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

kakima is 100% correct, but to add to it so you understand how he got that 27 cubic feet... you can picture a cube.

A cubic yard is 3 foot tall x 3 foot wide x 3 foot high.

(A cubic foot is 1 foot tall x 1 foot wide x 1 foot high).

So 3 x 3 x 3 = 27.

A cubic yard is 3 foot tall x 3 foot wide x 3 foot high.

(A cubic foot is 1 foot tall x 1 foot wide x 1 foot high).

So 3 x 3 x 3 = 27.

Jul 18, 2014 | Masonry Tools

I am uncertain of your question; however, I hope this answer helps you:

V is the VOLUME of a container, such as a cardboard box or a bottle (how much does it hold) in terms of "CUBIC" measure.

L is the LENGTH of the container from left to right

W is the WIDTH of the container from front to back (or the side)

H is the HEIGHT of the container from bottom to top (how tall it is)

The container's VOLUME (how much it holds) is determined by multiplying:

VOLUME = LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT

V=LxWxH

V=LWH

DO you see what I mean?

If the box is 10 feet long, 2 feet wide and 1 foot tall, then

V=LxWxH

V=10x2x1

V=20 cubic feet

If you need further explanation, please add a comment and I will answer you.

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