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Q: What is the volume if a room that is 3.125 high and 4.25 m wide and 5.75 m long?

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30 meters

8*4*5 = 160 cubic metres.

1.21x E -7

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Assuming a cuboid room, a room containing 50m3 has a product of length, width and height, each measured in meters, of 50m3. For a perfect cube, each side will be the cubic root of 50m3, that is, (50m3)1/3, or 3.68m (rounded to 2 decimals). A room 1m high and 1m long, but 50m wide, will also contain a volume of 50m3. For a typical room in a human dwelling, you could assume a height of 2.5m. That is, the room will have an area of 50m3 / 2.5m = 20m2, so could be 4 x 5 meter, for example. Of course, any other combination of width, height and length will work, so long as their product makes 50m3.

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Room volume: 10*24*30 = 7,200 cubic feet

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160 m3

30 meters

The volume of such a room is 480 cubic feet.

It is: 9.65*4.5*3.0 = 130.275 cubic m

160 square meters.

8*4*5 = 160 cubic metres.

24 cubic metres

160 cubic centimeters

24 CM 24 Cu.Mtr.

8x24x32= 6144

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