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None. Three dimensional shapes do not fit two dimensional shapes. If you wanted to know how many cubic feet in one metre cubed then you would work it out as follows: 1m roughly equals 3.28 feet therefore 1m cubed equals 3.28 cubed =35.3 feet

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