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Generally lumber is measured in linear feet, but to find the cubic feet or volume of a cylindrical object the formula you use is, Pi times radius squared, times length or height. so if you had a log that was 3 ft across and 40 ft long you would use the formula 3.14(pi rounded down you can use the button on your calculator and get a more accurate number) x 1.5 x 1.5 x 40 = 282.6 cubic ft.

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Q: To find the cubic feet of timber from length and circumference?

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10 cubic feet

It is 10.5 feet.

circumference = 2*pi*5 feet

Volume in cubic feet = Length in feet * Width in feet * Height in feet.

The volume of a cylinder when the inside circumference is 12 feet and height is 8 feet is: 91.7 cubic feet.

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You cannot. You need three measures for the volume of timber: length, breadth and height. Only two have been specified.

10 cubic feet

Assuming you mean 4" x 6" x 6' that would be one cubic foot volume Or, if you meant 46' x 6' square feet, that would be 276 square feet

Square feet is length x width and is given in square feet. Cubic feet is length x width x depth and is given in cubic feet.

It is 10.5 feet.

circumference = 2*pi*5 feet

Volume in cubic feet = Length in feet * Width in feet * Height in feet.

It depends on the dimensions of the cubic rod. To calculate the volume of a cube, you would need to know the length of one side (in feet) and then calculate the cube of that length (side length x side length x side length). The result will give you the volume of the cubic rod in cubic feet.

It is not possible to equate feet (a measurement of length) with cubic feet (a measurement of volume).

The volume of a cylinder when the inside circumference is 12 feet and height is 8 feet is: 91.7 cubic feet.

It depends on what you mean by a 24 foot circle: around it (circumference) or across it (diameter)? If circumference, then volume = 201.7 cubic ft If diameter, then 452.4 cubic feet.

Cubic feet is a measure of volume, not length or distance.