Q: How much water contain in 1 square cubic feet?

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Doesn't work. Square feet is a measure of area and cubic feet is a measure of volume.

They do not directly convert. Cubic feet is a measure of volume while square feet is a measure of area.

Cubic feet is a volume, square feet is an area. You can't convert one to the other, they are different types of quantity

9 square feet per yard x 3 =27 or 27 cubic feet per cubic yard

the answer is clearly 86557485 mega tons

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120 cubic feet can contain 3,398.02 liters of water.

Assuming your measurements are in feet, this volume would contain 6,272,640 cubic feet of water.

600 cubic feet.

The amount (volume) of water is measured in gallons or cubic feet.

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet.

As an area of square feet has no height, it has no volume which is measured in cubic feet. Thus there are 0 cubic feet in 440 square feet.

Square feet and cubic feet are units of different measurements. Square feet is a unit of area. Cubic feet is a unit of volume.

453.6 cubic feet=138.29 square feet

7 feet by 14 feet = 98 square feet 98 square feet by 4 feet = 392 cubic feet There are 9 square feet in a square yard, and there are 29 cubic feet in a cubic yard.... so 392 cubic feet = 14.519 cubic yards

... cubic square what? Meters? Yards? equals in cubic feet?

Cubic feet do not go into square feet. Cubic feet is a unit of volume lengthxwidthxheight Square feet is a unit of area lengthxwidth.

452 cubic feet will contain a maximum of 3,381.2 US gallons of water.