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Q: Which is the greater volume 3 cubic ft or 3 cubic yd?

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3 yd = 1 ft → volume = 120 ft × 40 ft × 1 ft = (120 ÷ 3) yd × (40 ÷ 3) yd × (1 ÷ 3) yd = 4800 ÷ 27 yd³ = 177 7/9 cu yd ≈ 177.78 cubic yards.

3 yd * 7 yd * 9 yd = 9 ft * 21 ft * 27 ft = 5103 cubic feet.

It is 800 ft that is greater because 250 yd = 750 ft

1 ft = 1/3 yd → 1 cu ft = 1 ft × 1 ft × 1 ft = 1/3 yd × 1/3 yd × 1/3 yd = 1/23 cu yd So work out the volume of your hole by multiplying the dimensions together (ft × ft × ft) and divide the result by 27 to get the volume in cu yards, ie: volume in cubic yards = (ft × ft × ft) ÷ 27

Which is greater? 21 ft or 7 yd

Assuming you're meaning the "builder's" yard which mathematically speaking is a cubic yard, then your question is:Is 27 cubic yards bigger than 727 cubic feet?1 yd = 3 ftâ‡’ 1 cu yd = 1 yd x 1 yd x 1 yd= 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft= 27 cu ftâ‡’ 27 cu yd = 27 x 27 cu ft= 729 cu ft> 727 cu ftYes 27 cubic yards are bigger than 727 cubic feet.Other wise:Yards are a measure of length and have no volume whereas cubic feet (not sure where the "units" comes into it) are a measure of volume; they cannot properly be compared, but as a linear measure has zero volume, it can be said that 27 yards with a volume of 0 cubic feet are not bigger than 727 cubic feet.

This is not a valid conversion. Cubic units is a measure of volume while square units is a measure of area. Generally, volume is determined by multiplying length x width x depth. Area is normally determined by multiplying length x width.

300 yd. is greater.

3 yd. 1 ft. is greater.

A cubic yard.

3 ft = 1 yd → 240 ft × 2 ft × 6 ft = (240 ÷ 3) yd × (2 ÷ 3) yd = (6 ÷ 3) yd = 80 yd × ⅔ yd × 2 yd = 106⅔ cu yd ≈ 106.67 cu yd If you are ordering skips to contain the spoil from a hole dug to those dimensions you will need to order more capacity as the spoil will be loose and take up more volume.

Known: 1 [yd] = 3 [ft] or 1 = 3 [ft/yd] Also known: 1 [ft] = 12 [in] or 1 = 12 [in/ft] The volume = 70 [ft] * 4 [ft] * 3 [in] = {70 [ft] / 1} * {4 [ft] / 1} * {3 [in] / 1 / 1 } = {70 [ft] / 3 [ft/yd]} * {4 [ft] / 3 [ft/yd]} * {3 [in] / 12 [in/ft] / 3 [ft/yd]} = (70/3) * (4/3) * (1/12) [yd^3] = 2.593 cubic yards =====================================

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