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40 cubic feet

For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.For different shapes, there are different formulae, to calculate the volume. In the case of a rectangular solid, you simply multiply length, width, and height (all in feet), and ge the volume in cubic feet.

For simplicity sake, let's assume we have a 10 foot x 10 foot room with an 8 foot ceiling. The floor area is 10 multiplied by 10 to get 100 square feet. To get the volume multiply that by 8 and get 800 cubic feet.

Use the formula for volume (length x width x depth, if it is rectangular). If lengths are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet. You can then convert that to gallons (look up how many gallons there are in a cubic foot).

It is 2 cubic feet.

Cylinder tank: Volume=(pi)*(radius)^2*(height)= about 25.12 cubic feet rectangular prism tank= (width)*(length)*(depth)= 16 cubic feet

Volume is measured in cubic feet. So a cubic foot would have 1 foot height, 1 foot lenghth, and 1 foot width.

180 square foot

Multiple length by width by height....for example a box 1 foot in each dimension has a volume of 1 cubic foot

22 square feet

The volume is 785.4 cubic feet.

The volume is 0.7854 cubic feet.

The volume is 8,168.1 cubic feet.

6 inches = 1/2 footVolume = 1/2 x 3 x 3 = 4.5 cubic feet = 1/6 of a cubic yard

There is no answer to this question. A square foot is a volume measurement and feet are units of length.

The volume of a cube with a 4 foot edge is: 64 cubic feet.

The volume of a 60-foot cube is: 216,000 cubic feet.

10 inches = 5/6 foot Volume = 5/6 x 4 x 5 = 162/3 cubic feet = 0.6173 cubic yard .

To Determine The Square Footage (A Unit of AREA) You Do The Following: Length x Width (in Feet) = Square Footage (written in Feet Squared or Feet^2) I think what you are asking is NOT for SQUARE FOOTAGE but for VOLUME measured in CUBIC FEET (Feet^3) VOLUME, in this case (since the measurements are RECTANGULAR) Are Determined By: Length x Width x Height (in Feet) = Feet CUBED (Feet^3 or Cubic Feet) 24 Feet x 18 Feet x 9 Feet = 3,888 Feet^3 or 3,888 Feet Cubed or 3,888 Cubic Feet Cubic Feet, Which I believe is what you are looking for, since you gave 3 measurements of Length, Width and Height; is the VOLUME with Length, Width & Height that You Gave.

There is no three-dimensional volume (cubic feet) in a one-dimensional length (foot).

8*5*1/2 = 20 cubic feet.

The volume of a 4.11-foot cube is: 69.43 cubic feet.

A measurement of volume. A cubic foot, for example, has the volume of a cube which is 1 foot by 1 foot by 1 foot. Any shape that has the same volume as this is considered to have 1 cubic foot volume. (It could be 1 inch by 1 foot by 12 feet).

A 10 foot long by 4 foot wide cylinder has volume of 126 cubic feet.

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