It depends on how wide and deep it is...
This cylinder has a volume of 100.528 cubic feet.
The answer depends on how wide and deep it is!
Square feet is two-dimensional. A flat area 20 feet wide by 10 feet deep is 200 square feet. But cubic feet is three-dimensional. Think of a box 12" wide by 12" deep by 12" high. That's a cubic foot. To determine cubic feet, take the width x depth x height (in inches) and divide by 1728.
190 square feet
20 square feet.
6 x 6 x 12 = 432 cubic feet.
Can't be answered with just that information. To figure cubic feet, a third dimension - depth - must be included.
The area of the bottom and of the top is 108 square feet. The area of the front and of the back is 72 square feet. The area of each side is 96 square feet. The total area of all six faces is 552 square feet. The volume of the box is 864 cubic feet.
10 square feet.
Volume = 6 * 3 * 2 = 36 cubic feet