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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

If you measure the height, width and depth you can calculate the volume. You multiple the height by depth by width. Make sure you use the same units for each measurement. For example if you want the volume in cubic feet, make sure all measurements are in feet. If the height is 5 feet 8 inches, you need to convert this to feet, which would be 5.67 feet, likewise for the other two measurements. It wont be exact because there will be bits sticking out but will be near enough. Make sure you also calculate the volume of the door space as that is included in the volume.

May 21, 2016 | Refrigerators

I always found it difficult to accurately measure windows with a tape measure, until I put a couple of sticks together. The sticks work great for measuring window widths for window shades or for ordering replacement windows. It is also perfect for finding a minimum width, because nothing in an old house is straight.

For measurements between about 26 and 42 inches you will need two straight pieces of wood approximately 1/4 x 3/4 x 24 inches. Round off one end on both pieces.

You can use a small clamp to lightly hold the pieces together. (Optionally, if you have a router table you can put slots in the two pieces to accomodate a bolt, nut and washers.)

Adjust the two pieces so that their combined length is just a little longer than the space you want to measure, and put only light pressure on the clamp or bolt. Twist the device through the space you are measuring so that the length of the device assumes the exact width you are measuring.

Do this in a couple of places (at the top, middle and botton of the window) to find the minimum width. Then tighten up the bolt (or clamp) just a little so it doesn't slip. Then measure the combined length of your sticks with a tape measure. This is amazingly precise.

For measurements between about 26 and 42 inches you will need two straight pieces of wood approximately 1/4 x 3/4 x 24 inches. Round off one end on both pieces.

You can use a small clamp to lightly hold the pieces together. (Optionally, if you have a router table you can put slots in the two pieces to accomodate a bolt, nut and washers.)

Adjust the two pieces so that their combined length is just a little longer than the space you want to measure, and put only light pressure on the clamp or bolt. Twist the device through the space you are measuring so that the length of the device assumes the exact width you are measuring.

Do this in a couple of places (at the top, middle and botton of the window) to find the minimum width. Then tighten up the bolt (or clamp) just a little so it doesn't slip. Then measure the combined length of your sticks with a tape measure. This is amazingly precise.

on Feb 23, 2010 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

To the best of my knowledge a linear foot is exactly what it says it is - a length of 12 inches.

Timber and such things tend to be bought in small quantities by the end user and therefore priced per linear foot for each sawn or planed size. This is to distinguish it from the buying and selling of larger quantities which tend to be priced per cubic foot or other cubic unit.

Timber and such things tend to be bought in small quantities by the end user and therefore priced per linear foot for each sawn or planed size. This is to distinguish it from the buying and selling of larger quantities which tend to be priced per cubic foot or other cubic unit.

Mar 04, 2015 | Crafts & Hobbies

do you own a tape measure.

Feb 10, 2015 | Maytag Dishwashers

Go to google maps and use the width of the road to make a scale, then measure the actual width to put a number on that scale..

Then count the units from 2.00 thenths of exit 36 to 30 echo road and multiply by the width of the road.then divide by 528 and you will know how many tenths of a mile it is.

Then count the units from 2.00 thenths of exit 36 to 30 echo road and multiply by the width of the road.then divide by 528 and you will know how many tenths of a mile it is.

Dec 22, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

not possible to calculate with the information provided. here is a basic formula to get you close.

length x width x average depth x height in feet x 7.5 gallons / cubic ft

length x width x average depth x height in feet x 7.5 gallons / cubic ft

Aug 30, 2014 | Pool & Spa

Rectangle has two pairs of equal sides.

L=length=3 units

w=width =1 unit

**Perimeter = sum of the measures of all sides.**

2 sides with measure L: sum of lengths=**2*L**

2 sides with measure w: sum of widths=**2*w**

Perimeter = 2L+2w=2(L+w)=2(1+3)=8 units.

L=length=3 units

w=width =1 unit

2 sides with measure L: sum of lengths=

2 sides with measure w: sum of widths=

Perimeter = 2L+2w=2(L+w)=2(1+3)=8 units.

Oct 29, 2013 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Mathematics Deluxe...

Rectangle has two pairs of equal sides.

L=length=3 units

w=width =1 unit

**Perimeter = sum of the measures of all sides.**

2 sides with measure L: sum of lengths=**2*L**

2 sides with measure w: sum of widths=**2*w**

Perimeter = 2L+2w=2(L+w)=2(1+3)=8 units.

L=length=3 units

w=width =1 unit

2 sides with measure L: sum of lengths=

2 sides with measure w: sum of widths=

Perimeter = 2L+2w=2(L+w)=2(1+3)=8 units.

Oct 29, 2013 | Computers & Internet

A freezer this old will be difficult to find any information on.

There is another number that you might have more success with. Look at the back of the freezer, and there should be a removable plate that will allow access to the compressor. There should be a manufacturer's tag on the compressor with model#, serial#, date of manufacturer, etc for the compressor itself. With the freezer being as aged as it is, the compressor manu. may not have information there either.

Cubic feet can be eyeballed, or measured out. take a tape measure and measure the width of the interior compartment. Then measure the length, and height. For this purpose, ignore the hump or box where compressor sits. Length * Height * Width = cubic feet (if you measured in feet). If you want a more exact number, also measure the compressor hump as well, and subtract that number from the first.

Good Luck!

There is another number that you might have more success with. Look at the back of the freezer, and there should be a removable plate that will allow access to the compressor. There should be a manufacturer's tag on the compressor with model#, serial#, date of manufacturer, etc for the compressor itself. With the freezer being as aged as it is, the compressor manu. may not have information there either.

Cubic feet can be eyeballed, or measured out. take a tape measure and measure the width of the interior compartment. Then measure the length, and height. For this purpose, ignore the hump or box where compressor sits. Length * Height * Width = cubic feet (if you measured in feet). If you want a more exact number, also measure the compressor hump as well, and subtract that number from the first.

Good Luck!

Nov 02, 2009 | Freezers

You will have to Change the Wiring Harness and all for this Swap. Measure the Width and Length of the Motor Mounts on the Suzuki and the Toyota and see if you will need to Manufacture new Mounts. Check the Tranny Mounts also. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

Feb 03, 2009 | 1989 Suzuki Samurai

Sep 25, 2013 | Mintek DTV-373-D 37 in. LCD HDTV

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