Q: How do you calculate 40 linear feet with 6 inches high?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

Add up the three dimensions of your box, suitcase, etc. Height plus width plus depth should total 40. Examples include: 15 inches wide, 15 inches deep, 10 inches high = 40 linear inches Also 25 inches wide, 10 inches deep, 5 inches high = 40 linear inches

Frst convert feet into inches . Next multiply. So 480 inches multiplyed by 72 inches equals 34,560 square inches

Not enough information. You would need to multiply three linear measurements to get a volume.

This compares a linear measurement to a volumetric measurement. A foot is 12 inches and a cubic foot is 12 inches long x 12 inches wide x 12 inches high.

2.5 feet high.

Related questions

You count how many feet (12 inches) high it is.

Add up the three dimensions of your box, suitcase, etc. Height plus width plus depth should total 40. Examples include: 15 inches wide, 15 inches deep, 10 inches high = 40 linear inches Also 25 inches wide, 10 inches deep, 5 inches high = 40 linear inches

Frst convert feet into inches . Next multiply. So 480 inches multiplyed by 72 inches equals 34,560 square inches

You add (in inches) the length, plus the width, plus the height of the object which together equals 62 LINEAR inches If it's a suitcase, for example, it COULD be 36 inches long, 16 inches wide, and then would be 10 inches high You can take any numbers that total 62 inches but doesn't exceed that for luggage guidelines. Linear inch is a fantasy word from the airliners. It means: X linear inches = length + width + depth (measured in inches). Inches are still inches.

Not enough information. You would need to multiply three linear measurements to get a volume.

This compares a linear measurement to a volumetric measurement. A foot is 12 inches and a cubic foot is 12 inches long x 12 inches wide x 12 inches high.

5 feet 6 inches.

2.5 feet high.

2 feet is as high as 24 inches

50 feet

134 meters is 439 feet 7.6 inches high.

do you mean 28 inches by 9 inches by 18 inches? That is 28+9+18 = 55 linear inches by airplane luggage standards