You can't convert that. One is a unit of length, the other, of area. You can convert meters to centimeters, square meters to square centimeters, or cubic meters to cubic centimeters.
No, because they are used to measure different things. Cubic yards is used to measure volume and square meters is used to measure area.
15 cm equals 0.15 meters. Accordingly, the volume is 300 multiplied by 0.15. The result is 45 cubic meters.
Meters cannot change directly to cubic meters. A length in meters, times a width in meters, times a depth (height) in meters will generate a volume (m*m*m) in cubic meters (m3). A metre is a measure of distance, with one dimension. A cubic metre is an expression of volume, in three dimensions. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information.
You can't convert a measurement of area (square) into a measurement of volume (cubic). I'm going to assume you meant 196 cubic feet, which would be 338688 cubic inches.
Multiply cubic meters per second by 35.31 to convert to cubic feet per second.
-- Take the number of (cubic meters per second) -- Divide the number by 3,600 -- The answer is the number of (cubic meters per second)
You cannot convert cubic meters per second to meters per second. You cannot convert volume to length.
cubic meters per second x 3,600 = cubic meters per hour
Multiply cubic meters per second by 35.315 to get cfs
11.532 cubic meters (per second) are 407.248736632 cubic feet (per second).
7.38 cubic meters per second = 260.62 cubic feet per second
4.003 cubic meters per second is about 141.36 cubic feet per second.
Multiply by 60.
15.601 cubic meters [per second] = 550.94 cubic feet [per second] (rounded)
Use this equation: cubic meters per second x 35.3147 = cubic feet per second
0.538 cubic meters per second is about 19 cubic feet per second. (18.9992907 cubic feet per second).