not really because all furniture weighs a different amount... you would have to weigh each piece of furniture before you put it in the container.
There is cubic volume or there is weight but not cubic weight.
There are a number of variables which will determine the exact weight. It is generally accepted that the weight is 64lbs per cubic foot
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12 cubic feet
You measure length, width and height.
If the dimensions are in cm then: 4.5*4.5*7.5= 151.875 cubic meters Which seems to be a very large carton and even bigger if the dimensions were in meters
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.
Granite is figured at 168 pounds per cubic foot. If you know the thickness, you can determine the weight per square foot.
Multiply cubic feet by 0.0283 to determine cubic meters.
19.5*74.28*32 = 46350.72 cubic cm
The most compact design is a sphere but that is not stable. The good compromise is a cube. A cubic carton will require 600 cm3 for 1 litres and 952.4 for 2 litres.
A cubic foot of uranium has a weight of 540,85 kg.
height is 11 cm.It has capacity(volume) of 176 cubic centimetres
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.
cubic centimetres is volume not weight. if it is water then it would weight 120 grams
1 cubic inch of lead has a weight of approx 13.11 pounds weight.
what is the weight of cubic meter of asphalt
The weight of sand (or anything else) is not measured in cubic metres!The weight of sand (or anything else) is not measured in cubic metres!The weight of sand (or anything else) is not measured in cubic metres!The weight of sand (or anything else) is not measured in cubic metres!
1296 cubic cm
Weight measures the pull of gravity on the mass of body and cubic foot measures volume. You cannot convert the weight of anything to cubic feet.
what is the weight of salt water of one cubic meter
Convert cubic meters in kilograms? No can do. Cubic meters is a volume, kilos are weight. Unless you know the density you can't get an answer.
18" x 8" x 15" = 2,160 cubic inches = 1.25 cubic feet