Math and Arithmetic
Is there a way to determine the weight of a carton of furniture if you know the cubic feet?
Asked in Moving, Weight and Mass, Furniture, DIY Projects
How do you estimate the weight of furniture?
I found a website that will help you. It has a list of types of furniture and you just add in the number of each type of furniture that you need a weight estimate for, then click on "Click here to view totals" and it will calculate the total number of cubic feet and weight for all of the items that you entered. Just click below: http://www.arismoving.com/cubic_feet__weight_calculator.php
Asked in Units of Measure, Volume
What is the cubic meters of a 450 x 450 x 750 carton?
Asked in Home & Garden, Units of Measure, Volume, Soil
Formula for pounds per cubic foot?
Density is pounds per cubic foot. The formula to determine density requires that you first determine the cubic feet. You do this by using the formula length X width X height. This is calculated using inches. You then calculate the density by taking the weight of the item and dividing it by the cubic feet of the item.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
What is the volume of a carton if its base has a width of 19.5 cm and a length of 74.28 cm the height of the carton is 32 cm?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Area, Volume
How much cardboard in 1 liter carton and in 2 liter carton?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Units of Measure, Volume
How many cubic meters in 15 ton of soil?
There needs to be more information given, specifically what type of soil and what the moisture content is. If you have a sample of soil, try weighing a known volume. A 1/2 gallon milk carton measures about 10cm by 10cm. If you cut it off 10cm high, you have a volume of 1000 cubic cm. If you weigh this, and multiply the weight by 1000 you will have the weight of 1 cubic meter.