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Assuming that 20x12 means 20 feet by 12 feet, then you take the three values in feet - 20, 12, and .333 (4 inches is 1/3 foot).

Multiply these three numbers to get the cubic feet:

12 x 20 = 240

240 x .333 = 79.92

Now that you have 79.92 cubic feet, to get cubic yards you divide by 9 since there are 9 cubic feet per cubic yard.

79.92 cu. ft. divided by 9 = 8.88 cubic yards (round up to 9).

Multiply these three numbers to get the cubic feet:

12 x 20 = 240

240 x .333 = 79.92

Now that you have 79.92 cubic feet, to get cubic yards you divide by 9 since there are 9 cubic feet per cubic yard.

79.92 cu. ft. divided by 9 = 8.88 cubic yards (round up to 9).

Jul 27, 2016 | Building Materials

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

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

Let's see... the volume of a 1 foot section is

Pi * radius squared * 12 in (for cubic inches)

3.141 x .375 x.375 * 12 = 5.29 cu in

600 feet therefore has 3179.25 cu in volume

since we know (from google) that 1 pint = 28.875 cu in

Sso in 600 feet of pipe we would expect 110.1 pints of fluid.

@ 30% of volume, you will need 33 pints or 4.12 gallons of antifreeze....

http://www.google.com/ is your friend

Pi * radius squared * 12 in (for cubic inches)

3.141 x .375 x.375 * 12 = 5.29 cu in

600 feet therefore has 3179.25 cu in volume

since we know (from google) that 1 pint = 28.875 cu in

Sso in 600 feet of pipe we would expect 110.1 pints of fluid.

@ 30% of volume, you will need 33 pints or 4.12 gallons of antifreeze....

http://www.google.com/ is your friend

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