Q: If a sand box is 70 inches long how long would it be in cm?

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(60" x 100" x 6") = 36,000 cubic inches

Assuming the box was empty to begin with there will be 8 inches of sand now.

that's not geometry. 6*6*5=180 in^2

8.9

Fininshing, Box and common nails would all be 2 inches long.

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To find out how much sand to put into a sand box, or how much sand is in a sand box, measure length x width x height to get a cubic volume number. Lets say you have a sand box that measures, 41 inches by 64 inches, with 12 inches deep of sand, (The child likes to dig!!) you would have yourself there, 31,488 cubic inches of sand. However, you want to know what the volume is in cubic yards. Well then, divide 31,488 cubic inches by 46,656 cubic inches per yard, and you get, some number like, 0.6748971193 cubic yards. Lets just call it 0.70 cubic yards of sand.

1680 cubic inches

(60" x 100" x 6") = 36,000 cubic inches

Assuming the box was empty to begin with there will be 8 inches of sand now.

that's not geometry. 6*6*5=180 in^2

384 square inches

8.9

Think of a box about 5ft 6 inches tall, 5ft 6 inches wide and 5ft 6 inches deep filled with sand. That's about 6 cubic yards.

80 inches

It depends on the context, but for airlines luggage, it would count as 18+28+30 = 76 inches

12 sq yds

1320/(110) = 12in