Q: Volume of 1 cubic foot water?

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

Technically, none. A square foot is a measure of area whereas it is the volume of water that is required. To convert from area to volume it is necessary to know the depth. A twelfth of a cubic foot will cover an area of one square foot to a depth of 1 inch. A cubic foot will cover it to a depth of 1 foot, 100 cubic feet will cover it to a depth of 100 feet.

1 cubic foot of water is 7.48052 US gallons.

1 cubic foot (1728 cubic inches)

1*1*1 = 1 cubic foot

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

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).

ANSWER 1 cubic foot = 6.23 UK gallon try online volume calculator for this

Volume = 1*1*1 = 1 cubic foot

If one was totake a point and expand it by one foot in each dimension it would be the volume of one cubic foot; an area that measures 1' X 1' X 1', essentially.

0.19635 cubic feet.

The volume is 0.7854 cubic feet.

The volume of 1 cubic feet are 28.316846592 litres.28.3168466 Liters in a cubic foothope this helps:)

The volume is one cubic foot.

Technically, none. A square foot is a measure of area whereas it is the volume of water that is required. To convert from area to volume it is necessary to know the depth. A twelfth of a cubic foot will cover an area of one square foot to a depth of 1 inch. A cubic foot will cover it to a depth of 1 foot, 100 cubic feet will cover it to a depth of 100 feet.

1 cubic foot of water is 7.48052 US gallons.

There is a foot, a square foot, and a cubic foot, but there is no such thing as a square cubic foot. A foot and a square foot have no volume, so they're not related to gallons in any way. One cubic foot is the same volume as 7.48052 gallons. (rounded)