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Q: What is the volume in cubic feet of a rectangular container that is 10 feet long 4 ft wide and 1 yard high?

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The middle dimension is missing from the question. If that is x then the volume is 12*x cubic feet.

192 cubic feet, or 7.011 cubic yards.

You mean volume in cubic feet. The volume of a rectangular prisim is the area of the base in square feet times the altitude or height in feet. The area of the base is the length of one side in feet times the length of an adjacent side in feet.

It is 1699 = 1296 cubic feet

Its volume is 2 cubic feet.

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The middle dimension is missing from the question. If that is x then the volume is 12*x cubic feet.

Assuming the container has rectangular cross-section, Volume=length X width X depth. V=lwd=(20ft)(7ft)(7ft)=980 cubic feet

If the whole container is rectangular, then its volume is 18" x 24" x 30" = 12,960 cubic inches = 7.5 cubic feet = 56.104 gallons

20 cubic feet is equivalent to 0.57 cubic meters.

Volume is 30 cubic feet.

Any container of any shape with a volume of 6.6841 cubic feet or more will do the job. For a rectangular container, multiply the (length) x (width) x (height). If the result is 6.6841 or more in feet, (11,550 or more in inches), you're in business.

If the container is a cube with 40 feet per side then the volume is 1,812.28 cubic meters.

12 cubic ft.

Its volume would be 343 cubic feet.

40 cubic feet

It is: 8*3*5 = 120 cubic feet

Assuming the container is full at 1500 liters, the container's volume in cubic feet will be about 53 cubic feet (52.9720005, more precisely).

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