If you mean a cylinder then it is: pi*4*4*0.25 = 12.566 cubic feet to 3 decimal places
As it appears, the question has no answer. If you meant cubit inches instead, then 1 cubit inch = 18 square inches 5 cubit feet = 1080 square inches so 60 cubit inches are required.
The volume of this cylinder is approximately 0.311 cubic feet.
The volume of this cylinder is approximately 3.41 cubic feet.
The short Hebrew cubit was 1 foot 5 1/2 inches, the common cubit 1 and a half feet and the Egyptian cubit 1 foot 8 5/8 inches 1.5 feet or 18 inches.
1.313 cubic feet.
A cylinder 50 feet in height and 6 inches in diameter can hold up to 73.44 gallons of water.
A cylinder that has an 18-inch diameter and is 36 inches long has a volume of: 5.3 cubic feet.
1.96 cubic feet
1.5 feet or 18 inches
The volume is 0.87266 cubic feet.
The volume is 34.361 cubic feet.