Q: How do you convert volume to depth?

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Volume= surface area (length x width) x depth re arrange to surface area= depth= Volume/Area Area= Volume/Depth

None. A litre is a measure of volume and you cannot convert volume to an area in any meaningful way without further information such as the depth over the area in question.

Technically, none. A square foot is a measure of area whereas it is the volume of water that is required. To convert from area to volume it is necessary to know the depth. A twelfth of a cubic foot will cover an area of one square foot to a depth of 1 inch. A cubic foot will cover it to a depth of 1 foot, 100 cubic feet will cover it to a depth of 100 feet.

Only if... (a) you know the weight of a measured amount of tarmac - and (b) you know what depth the tarmac is. If you can calculate the volume of tarmac, and you know the weight of a specific amount - you can convert to tonnes.

Liters IS volume - there is nothing to convert.

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Assuming the volume has a base area of the given square kilometers and a depth of the given kilometers, multiply the square kilometers by the kilometers to get the volume in cubic kilometers. Otherwise there is no conversion possible.

Volume= surface area (length x width) x depth re arrange to surface area= depth= Volume/Area Area= Volume/Depth

To convert centimeters squared (cm^2) to milliliters (mL), you need to know the depth or height in centimeters. Since 1 cm^3 is equivalent to 1 mL, you can multiply the area in cm^2 by the depth in centimeters to get the volume in milliliters. The formula would be Volume (mL) = Area (cm^2) x Depth (cm).

To get the average depth, take the volume and divide it by the surface area. For this question, first convert litres into cubic kilometres. Then take this value and divide it by the surface area. You could also convert the volume to cubic metres and the surface area to square metres, but it might be more tedious.

height * width * depth = volume height = volume / (depth * width) Volume = lengthXwidthXheight V=LWH H=V/LW

None. A litre is a measure of volume and you cannot convert volume to an area in any meaningful way without further information such as the depth over the area in question.

To find the volume, first convert the depth to meters (7.5cm = 0.075m). Then multiply the area (59446 sqm) by the depth (0.075m) to get the volume in cubic meters. So, the volume is 4458.45 cubic meters.

The volume could be defined as the area multiplied by the depth. However, it has to be the average depth.

Technically, none. A square foot is a measure of area whereas it is the volume of water that is required. To convert from area to volume it is necessary to know the depth. A twelfth of a cubic foot will cover an area of one square foot to a depth of 1 inch. A cubic foot will cover it to a depth of 1 foot, 100 cubic feet will cover it to a depth of 100 feet.

Only if... (a) you know the weight of a measured amount of tarmac - and (b) you know what depth the tarmac is. If you can calculate the volume of tarmac, and you know the weight of a specific amount - you can convert to tonnes.

Liters IS volume - there is nothing to convert.

The number of ounces in a pool would depend on the size and depth of the pool. To calculate, you would multiply the volume of water in the pool in cubic inches by 0.5787 to convert to ounces. Alternatively, you can divide the volume in cubic feet by 0.13368 to convert to ounces.