Q: How many cubic feet in 4 inch x 4 ft x 100 ft?

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A 100-foot pipe with a 6-inch diameter has a volume of: 19.63 cubic feet.

55.56 cubic yards.

sand weighs 100 pounds per cubic foot you have 100 x 50 x3/12 cu ft = 1250 cubic feet 1250 x 100 = 125,000 pounds = 125000/2000 = 62.5 tons

100*20*2 = 4000 cubic feet

A litre is 10cm x 10cm x 10cm so it's 0.001 cubic metres. That means 100L will be 0.1 cubic metres. That's the same as 6102 cubic inches or 3.53 cubic feet. Another way to look at this is: 100L = 100*1000mL. 1mL = 1cc (cubic centimeter). Thus, 100L = 100*1000cc = 100 cubic decimeter = 0.1 cubic meter. 1in = 2.54cm. 1 cubic inch = 2.54^3 cc. So 100L = 10^5 / 2.54^3 cubic inches = 6102.37 cubic in. 1 cubic feet = 12^3 cubic inch. Therefore, 100L = 6102.37/12^3 cubic feet = 3.53147 cubic ft.

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A 100-foot pipe with a 6-inch diameter has a volume of: 19.63 cubic feet.

55.56 cubic yards.

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100 cubic feet = 2.83 cubic meters

As a wild guess, I would say, possibly, to the nearest cubic foot, the answer is 100.

300 feet by 100 feet by 10 feet = 300,000 cubic feet

123.4568 cubic yards.

100 cubic feet

100 feet by 100 feet by one inch equates to 6,233.76 gallons of water.

100 cu ft × 2 = 200 cu ft.

There need not be any water at all in the hose! The capacity of the hose is 3.41 cubic feet.

379.57 cubic feet