How many jellybeans can fit in a 1 cubic foot container?
according to the LG competition How many Jelly beans fit in our 31 cu ft refrigerator/freezer, with an answer of 264,863. Of course one must know how big a jelly bean they actually used.
Approx 6960 of them.
approximately 2400 cubic feet
A square 20-foot container (cube) has a volume of 226.53 cubic meters.
This will depend on the shape of your given volume. A spherical cubic foot would probably contain more than a simple cube. Because of a feature called packing density. But you could approximate this by filling a small container, whose volume you know, and counting the number. From there it is simple arithmetic, but you should add a few to allow for the diminished packing density of your trial container. You could also try with… Read More
A container may measure: 20 x 8 x 8 therefore capacity is 1280 cubic feet.
In order to determine the cubic feet, you will have to know the 3-dimensions of the container. If it is 20' x 20' x 20', then the cubic feet would be 8000 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).
A 35,200 cubic foot container can hold up to 263,314.29 gallons.
There is 1440 cubic feet in a container that big. ================================== Another contributor pounced on that answer: Whoops ! 1440 is a correct number ... for cubic inches, not cubic feet. (1,440 cubic inches) / (1,728 cubic inches per cubic foot) = 5/6 cubic foot = 0.8333
That would be very difficult to determine. The experiment could never be set up and conducted, since there is no such thing as a "cubed square foot". If you meant to say cubic foot, then here is a way to determine it. You will need golf tees that will sink in water, plus a container holding 2 cubic feet, with a mark at the one cubic foot level. Fill the container with water to the… Read More
The volume 10 foot times 5 foot times 2 foot is 100 cubic feet. 100 cubic feet are 2831.6846592 liters.
There are about 7.48 US gallons in a 12 x 12 x 12 (or 1728) cubic inch container. (That's a cubic foot, but you probably knew that.) There are about 12,926.3 US gallons in a 12 x 12 x 12 cubic foot container. Other units of measure of your 12 x 12 x 12 container will yield different results.
1 gallon = 231 cubic inches 1,728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot 5 gallons = 1,155 cubic inches = 0.6684 cubic feet. (rounded)
This is not a valid conversion. Cubic units is a measure of volume while square units is a measure of area.
A Litre occupies a cubic container which measures 10cm X 10cm X10cm. 1Cubic Foot measures 30.48cm on all of its edges, therefore a cubic foot has a volume of 30.48X30.48X30.48 cubic cm. which is 28,317 cubic cm Therefore 1 cubic foot is 28.317 times the volume of 1 Litre. ANSWER:- 28.317 Litre
depends how wide and high it is. Cubic footage is a measure of volume and you thus need all three dimensions
If the container is 1 inch deep, the area is 1 square foot.
Approx 216 thousand of them.
Approx 115 beans.
Not enough information here. To get a cubic measurement you need to know the length, the breadth, and the height. You've only given us one of these.
If the container is really a cube, then the length and width are both the same as the height. The volume is (20 x 20 x 20) = 8,000 cubic feet. That's IF it's really a cube.
l*w*h = 40*40*40 = ft^3
The square feet are simply the width times the length. But, I will assume you are interested in the inside dimension of the container or the volume. A sea container is 39' and 3/8" long by 7' 8-3/8"wide by 7' 9-5/8" high. Therefore a 40 foot container holds 2261 cubic feet of area
In order to solve this problem, you must determine the lengths of all the sides of this container. If the container is 20 feet high, then find the width and length. Convert each side length from feet to meters, and then multiple the three sides together. The product is your answer in cubic meters.
if those measurements are in inches then that equals 18 cubic feet x 7.48 gallons per cubic foot = 134.64 gallons
2000 cubic foot = 2000 (cubic foot) x 1728 (cubic inch/cubic foot) x 16.387 (cubic cm/cubic inch)x1/1000000(cubic meter/cubic cm) = 56.6337 cubic meter from the above answer we get: 25 cubic meters = 882.867 cubic foot
One cubic foot contains 7.48052 gallons. 3ft by 3ft by 3ft is 27 cubic feet contains 201.974 gallons
A standard 20 ft container is 1,600 cubic ft.
28,316.8466 cubic cm=1 cubic foot
1 cubic foot = 0.0283168466 cubic meters
There are 1,728 cubic inches per cubic foot.
1 cubic meter ≈ 35.3146667 cubic foot
There is one cubic feet per cubic foot.
1,728 cubic inches in a cubic foot.
1-2 cubic meters in a foot 1 cubic foot = 0.0283168466 cubic meters
1 cubic foot = 12 * 12 * 12 cubic inches = 1728 cubic inches!! 1 US cubic foot = 1 cubic foot. :)
A cubic foot of what? A cubic foot of feathers is much less than a cubic foot of lead. A cubic foot of water weighs 62.4 lbs per cubic foot. Portland cement weighs 94 lbs per cubic foot.
How many cubic feet is 7 inches x 7 inches x 6 foot If you have a container how much weight will it float?
7" x 7" x 6' = 2.042 cubic feet At 62.5 lbs/ft3 , that's 127.6 lbs in water. Such a container will float (127.6 pounds minus the weight of the container) in water.
One cubic foot is about 0.0283 cubic meter.
1,728 cubic inches per cubic foot.
144 cubic inches are in 1 cubic foot.
28,320,000 cubic mm per cubic foot.
1 cubic foot equates to 1,728 cubic inches.
1 cubic foot is 1,728 cubic inches.
1 cubic foot = 1,728 cubic inches
1 cubic foot = 0.0283168 cubic metres
If you are asking for the volume, it would be 20 x 20 x 20 = 8000 cubic feet
A 40 foot Intermodal container will hold approximately 90,560 litres
1 cubic foot = approx 28,316.8 cubic centimeters (rounded)
1 cubic foot = 28,316.8466 cubic centimeters