Cubic feet of space? If we restrict our discussion to objects that have rectangular cross-sections, then the volume (V) of the figures will be their length (L) times their width (W) times their height (H). V=LWH. If the object is a cube, then L = W = H = L3 and L = the cube root of the volume. In your case the cube root of 5 is about 1.7 ft. ----------------------------------------------------------- This is not nessasaraly to perfect answer to the questio but it is a start

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You use the same power formula which you use for other powers of x, so the derivate is (1/2)x-1/2. This is the same as 1 / (2 times square root of x).

Formula: square miles x 3,097,600 = square yards.

The length of a square is not determined by a formula, it is determined by measuring the square.

Formula: square inches x 6.4516 = square centimeters

Use this formula to convert from square inches to square feet, : square inches x 0.00694 = square feet

The formula for the area of a square is s2 (sides squared)

The formula is for a square and rectangle is A=bh or A=lw

A formula is something which shows a relationship between two or more things. A formula will contain variables and may also contain constants too and it tells us the relationship between them. The answer to the question is that you square a number if, and only if, the relationship between the variables (or constants) requires the number to be squared. For example in the famous formula e = mc2 , here we must square the constant, the speed of light in a vacuum (c), in order to calculate energy (e). It has to be squared because that constitutes the relationship between the values and there is no option to ignore that.

A formula is used to find the numeric value of an answer. For example: pi*radius2 = area of a circle in square units

what is the formula for finding a 3 dimensional square

The formula is feet=square root of sq.feet

There is no formula for the square root of a number, unfortunately.

The formula for the area of a square is: A=2S, where A=area S= length of one side of the square

The formula will depend on what information is available.

formula for computing square of number n is n*n or n2

Any formula that generates a correct solution every time is a 'correct' formula.Here's a formula for the area of a square that qualifies as a correct one:If 'S' is the length of each side of the square, then the area 'A' of the square isA = S2

side squared

square root of: (X2 - X1)2+ (Y2 -Y1)2

The area of the square is:(sidexside)

Square feet don't fit in the correct formula for shoes.

The formula for the perimeter of a square is P equals 4 times a. 'P' represents the perimeter, and 'a' represents a side of the square.

The formula for determining square yards is... length times width divided by 9 = square yards

Square feet measure area. The formula will depend on what you want to know the area of.

Formula: square meters divided by 2,590,000 = square miles

Formula: square feet x 0.0929 = square meters