In English Billiards, 1.
A billiard is not a number
Frances hits a cue ball into a rack of billiard balls sending the balls in many different directions. After a few seconds, all the balls on the table stop moving. Which of the following is true?
Cube Feet= Height*Width*length 2ft*8ft*12ft= 192ft cube.
About 1.244 cubic feet in one bushel.
35.315 cubic feet.
Billiard balls weigh about 5.5 ounces, except for the cue ball, which weighs 6 ounces. Therefore, half an ounce is 1/11 of an 8-ball.
2 (cubic feet) = 14.961039 US gallonsA two-foot cube, a cube that measures two feet on each side, has a volume of eight cubic feet or about 60 gallons.
27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard.
The room is 6480 cubic feet. If 192 tennis balls fit in (3 feet) cubed, that's 27 cubic feet and 46,080 tennis balls fit in 6480 cubic feet.
20 cubic feet is about 0.566 cubic meters.