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The floor is 4 times 288 times 384 cubic inches, or 442,368 cubic inches. 1 inch = 2.54 centimeters. Thus, 1 cubic inch = 2.54 times 2.54 times 2.54 cubic centimeters, or 16.387064 cubic centimeters. So 442,368 cubic inches is 7,249,112.727552 cubic centimeters. Each cubic centimeter is 0.000001 cubic meters (1,000,000 cubic centimeters = 1 cubic meter). So the floor is 7.249112727552 cubic meters. You can essentially call this 7.25 cubic meters. You can also determine from this that a cubic inch is 0.0000016387064 cubic meters, which can be used as a shortcut.

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7.54 cubic meters

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(3.25 (sq m)) * 20 mm = 0.065 cubic meters

1 371.42857 US gallons or 5.19142188 cubic meters

Apples and oranges. Without knowing how thick the 450 sq. ft. area is or how thick you want it to be you can't convert to cubic yards. A cubic yard has 27 cubic feet. One square foot 3 inches thick would be 1/4 cubic feet. 4 sq. ft. 3 inches thick would be 1 cubic foot. 450 sq. ft. 3 inches thick is 112 1/2 cubic feet or just a bit over 4 cubic yards. 450 sq. ft. 4 inches thick is 150 cubic feet or 5 1/2 cubic yards.

130 cubic meters for each meter the 130-square-meter slab is thick.

If it is 4 inches deep/thick, 2 cubic yards. If it is 6 inches deep/thick, 3 cubic yards.

20 mm = 0.020 meters 18 square meters * 0.020 meters = 0.36 cubic meters

A 9x9 foot slab 4 inches thick requires a minimum of 1 cubic yard. If you go to 6 inches thick you will need 1.5 cubic yards.

There is 5.905512 inches in 0.15 meters.

You have to decide how thinly you want to slice the cubic meters up...if you want to cut them in half you have 22 square meters, cutting them in 10cm thick pieces gives 110 cubic meters...

4 inches = 0.1016 metres. So volume = pi*r2*h = pi*(17/2)2*0.1016 = 23.1 cubic metres (approx)

480" * 108 " * 7 " = 362880 cubic inches =362880 /(36*36*36) = 7.777... cubic yards.

The US one-cent coin is 0.750 inches in diameter and 0.061 inches thick,for a volume of 0.027 cubic inches.The UK plated-steel penny (one new pence) is 20.32 mm in diameter and 1.65 mm thick, for a volume of 0.535 cm3 or about 0.033 cubic inches.(see related question)

One "yard" of dirt (meaning one cubic yard) contains 46,656 cubic inches. Spread 8 inches thick this will cover 5832 square inches or 40.5 square feet.

As far as I know; to equal ft. and inches (366sq. ft. and 6 inches ) if you convert this iti is 366 divided in half to give you a 12 inch depth =183 cubic ft and divide by 3 to get cubic yards = 61 cubic yards

That is 32.666 cubic ft.

A cubic yard is 46,656 cubic inches. Spread to a thicknes of 5 inches, a cubic yard of concrete covers 9332.1 square inches, which is 64.8 square feet.

50x100x4 = 20,000 cubic inches36 inches in a yard20,000/36 = 555 5/9 cubic yards.

10 cubic meters could be a cube 2.15443469 meters in each dimension, or a 10 square meter rectangle a meter thick, or any other shape having a volume of 10 cubic meters.

1 cubic foot = 1,728 cubic inches1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet = 46,656 cubic inches1 ft = 12 inches40 ft = 480 inchesVolume of the walk = (48" x 480" x 3.5") = 80,640 cubic inches = 1.7284 cubic yard (rounded)

567 cubic feet or 21 cubic yards

Just a shade less than 1 cubic yard ... it happens to be 0.987654321 (rounded). How did you do that ? ! ?If the area were 81 square feet, by 4 inches thick, that would be exactly 1 cubic yard.

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A cubic foot is 12" thick 12" wide and 12" deep. .45 cubic feet per 60# bag of concrete