How many cubic feet of space are in a moving van that is 20 feet long, 7 feet wide, and 8 feet high?
1 cu.m. = 35.31485 cu.ft.
1 cu.ft. = 0.0283167 cu.m.
cu.m. x 35.31485 = cu.ft.
cu.ft. x 0.0283167 = cu.m.
1 cubic meter = ~35.31 cubic feet 160,000 * 35.31 = ~5,650,000 cubic feet
You can't convert two different units into each other. Feet is a measure of length. cubic feet is a measure of volume. However, if you have the dimensions of an object, it's length width and height in feet, then you can use a formula to take the three measurements and get the volume in cubic feet. However, which formula you use depends upon the shape of the object.
There are about 35.3 cubic feet in 1 cubic meter. So, use this formula to convert from cubic meters to cubic feet:cubic meters (m3) x 35.3 = cubic feet
Formula - cubic feet x 0.028317 = cubic meters.45 x 0.028317 = about 1.2743 m3
1 US gallon = 0.133680556 Cubic Feet (ft3); and 1 day = 24 hours = 1,440 Minutes. Math equation for conversion where "x=number of gallons per day" is: (x / 1440) x 0.133680556 Example: If x=30 (gallons per day), then: 0.208333 x 0.133680556 = 2.785 ft3 per Minute.
Use this formula after taking the measurements in feet: width x depth x height = cubic feet
First, determine how many gallons of water your pool holds. Then use this formula to convert gallons to cubic feet: gallons x 0.133681 = cubic feet
answer myself: 33.6 cubic feet in an 8inch round x 8' yellow pine post.
Cubic inches x 0.0005787 = cubic feet.
First calculate cubic feet: 3.1417 x Radius² x Depth = cubic feetNext calculate gallons: Cubic ft x 7.47 = gallons
if the pool is rectangular, then the formula of base X height X depth will do well
Cubic feet x 1,728 = cubic inches.
18 cubic feet is not a calculation, it is a volume.
1 cubic yard is 27 cubic feet. Divide cubic feet by 27 to calculate cubic yards.
Formula: cubic feet x 0.8036 = bushels
Use the formula for a cylinder to calculate the volume. This volume will be in cubic feet; you can then convert that to gallons.
Calculate the volumeof whatever is being paid for, in cubic feet, then multiply that number of cubic feet by the cost per cubic foot.