Q: What are the dimensions of a 200 cubic inch box?

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You would have to contact the manufacturer to be positive, but most builders assume volumetric dimensions. Therefore, the inside dimensions of the box probably total up to 248.891 cubic feet, or perhaps slightly over that.

As the question is presented the answer must be none. A box cannot have a volume of 729 inches because volumes are measured in cubic inches, not inches. If you ignore that, the answer is a maximum of 729. However, it could be as low as none! If the box had dimensions of 0.5 in*2 in*729 in, it would have a volume of 729 cubic inches but not a single 1 inch box would fit in.

You can't tell the dimensions from the volume. There are an infinite number of different sets of dimensions that all have the same volume.

Quite possibly 512 cubic inches!

5in.x10in.x4in.

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A 14x14x20 inch box has a volume of about 2.3 (2.268519) cubic feet.

You would have to contact the manufacturer to be positive, but most builders assume volumetric dimensions. Therefore, the inside dimensions of the box probably total up to 248.891 cubic feet, or perhaps slightly over that.

This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cubic inch is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. An inch is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. It is like asking how many miles (distance) is a pint (volume) of milk.

to measure the cubic feet of a box you measure the dimensions (length, width and height) in inches multiply them together and then divide them by 1728 and you will get the cubic feet

91 with .79 cubic inches to spare.

4 x 4 x 2 = 32 cubic inches.

As the question is presented the answer must be none. A box cannot have a volume of 729 inches because volumes are measured in cubic inches, not inches. If you ignore that, the answer is a maximum of 729. However, it could be as low as none! If the box had dimensions of 0.5 in*2 in*729 in, it would have a volume of 729 cubic inches but not a single 1 inch box would fit in.

The volume of a 1 inch cube is: one cubic inch.

You can't tell the dimensions from the volume. There are an infinite number of different sets of dimensions that all have the same volume.

The answer will depend on the shape and dimensions of the bowls and the box. A circular object, placed in a rectangular container will, inevitably, resulted in wasted space. There will also be wasted space because of the curvature of the bowls. In short, there is not enough information to give a sensible answer.

Quite possibly 512 cubic inches!

A cubic inch is one inch, by one inch, by one inch. -Visualise a square box, an inch each side.