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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.
Posted on May 21, 2016
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