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For example, in the case of a rectangular block, you multiply length x width x height. If all these measurements are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet.In the case of other shapes, other formulae have to be used.

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0The answer depends on the cubic footage of what. For some straightforward shapes there are formulae that you can use. For other shapes there may be no simply method.

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Cubic feet 0.037 = cubic yards

1 cubic yard is 27 cubic feet. Divide cubic feet by 27 to calculate cubic yards.

Cubic feet x 0.8036 = bushels

Fractions

length x width x height= cubic feet cubic feet/27= cubic yards

Multiply 35 feet by 20 feet by 8 feet and your answer will be in cubic feet. 5600 cubic feet.

They do not directly convert. Cubic feet is a measure of volume while square feet is a measure of area.

Length*Width*Height.

Third figure is needed for this calculation

Can't be answered with just that information. To figure cubic feet, a third dimension - depth - must be included.

A cubic yard measures 3 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet so there are 3x3x3 or 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.The product of the length, height, and width. The term yard when selling sand and concrete means a cubic yard.

You need three dimensions; length, width and height. Then multiply them together to get cubic feet.

Cannot be done without a depth figure

You need a 3 rd figure to get volume.

To work this out you must first multiply the three numbers.108 x 2 x 1.5 equals 324 cubic feet.To convert cubic feet to cubic yards divide the figure by 27.The answer is 12 cubic yards.

A cube that is 3ft long x 3ft wide x 3ft deep is the equivalent of 1 cubic yard. To convert cubic yards to cubic feet, divide cubic yards by 27.

I need to find out the cubic ft of a refrigerator it is 28 1/4 wide, 28 1/2 deep and 66 high 30.8 cubic feet

length x width x depth

Radius in feet x Radius in feet x Depth in feet (inches divided by 12) x pi (3.14). Take the total and divide by 27 (the amount of cubic feet in a yard). The final figure will be the estimated amount of cubic yards required.

You have given three measurements, which would make a solid figure of 128 cubic feet

You can't figure that out. You can't just add a third demention.

1.25 cubic feet - 77 cubic feet = -75.75 cubic feet.

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multiply height x weight x depth.

Find the volume in cubic feet and multiply by 7.48