30 cubic feet of water weigh roughly 1,875 pounds.
2.5 cubic feet of water weighs about: 156 pounds.
1 248.538 214 8 Pounds
The weight of 2.25 cubic feet of water is approx 4495 pounds-force (lbf).
Roughly 72 pounds.
It all depends on what you have in the cubic feet. -- If the cubic feet are full of air, they weigh about 8 pounds. -- If they're full of water, they weight about 6,243 pounds (3.1 tons). -- If they're full of lead, they weigh about 70,793 pounds (35.4 tons). -- If the cubic feet are completely empty, they weigh exactly zero.
Roughly about 30 pounds per cubic foot, so 2 cu ft is about 60 pounds
How much water does one cubic feet weigh
90 over 2 equals X over 5 so multiply 90 times 5 and divide it by 2... Your answer will probably be 225 pounds.
Cubic feet can't be converted to pounds. Cubic feet measure volume, while pounds measure mass.
Cedar = 1 cubic yard weighs approx. 250 pounds /27= 9.26 x 2 = 18.52 pounds
Around one hundred pounds.
24 cubic feet of water is 179.5 gallons. One gallon of water weighs about 8.33 pounds. So, 179.5 x 8.33 = 1,495.235 pounds.
A cubic foot of concrete weighs ABOUT 150 pounds. 4 feet by 12 feet by 4 feet is 192 cubic feet. If you meant 4 feet by 12 feet by 4 INCHES, that would be 16 cubic feet.
It would weigh 1,342 pounds.
about 2700 pounds per cubic yard
It weighs sixteen million pounds, is 180 feet tall, and takes up two million cubic feet of space.
about 62.4 pounds
It weighs about 112 pounds
One cubic foot of water (at 32 °F) weighs approximately 62.42 pounds. (http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/waterproperties.html). Multiply that number by 12,000, and you get 749,040 pounds. So, at 32 °F, 12,000 cubic feet of water weighs 749,040 pounds.
Weigh, implies a spring scale, answer would be zero. How much mass does 100 cubic feet of air have would be a better question.
0.283 pounds per cubic inch
One cubic foot of common red brick weigh 120 pounds. For fire clay bricks, the weight is 150 pounds per cubic foot.
about 2500 pounds.