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Hectares are not a measure of volume, they are a measure of area so you cannot convert a cubic measurement to hectares

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0None. Hectares is a measure of area cubic metre is a measurement of volume they are not compatable

The volume of this cylinder is approximately 3.41 cubic feet.

"Hectare" is a unit of area. There are no cubic units in it.

Volume = pi*122*17 = 6785.84 cubic units to 2 decimal places

It is a volume of 1 cubic metre.It is a volume of 1 cubic metre.It is a volume of 1 cubic metre.It is a volume of 1 cubic metre.

A six foot wide by 17 foot high cylinder has a volume of: 480.7 cubic feet.

25 in * 17 in * 22 in = 9350 cubic inches

There are 60,000 m3 in a 15cm deep plot with an area of 40 hectares.

Volume in cubic centimetres = (Volume in cubic meters)/106

A box with a volume of 5,184 cubic inches has an equivalent volume of 0.11 cubic yards.

You probably need drams to cubic centimeters.A gram is a unit of weight and a cc is a unit of volume.17 drams = 62.84 cubic centimeters.

Yes, volume is in cubic feet

A millimetre is a unit of length. A cubic centimetre is a unit of volume. The two units are therefore incompatible.

The volume is 3,800.8 cubic centimeters.

Answer: 17 hectares= 42.0079 acres.

Answer: 17 hec = 42.0079 acres

Cubic feet is one unit of measurement of volume, though any cubic unit of measurement (cubic centimeters, cubic yards, ect.) is representative of a volume.

Volume of a cylinder = pi*r2*height Volume = 1088pi or 3418.052807 cubic inches

Correct, volume can be measured in cubic centimeters.

72 cubic ft IS a volume

1000 cubic centimeters is a measure of volume; the only "exact equivalant in volume" possible would be in another measure of volume, such as cubic inches, cubic feet, cubic meters, etc.

One cubic centimetre 'contains' one cubic centimetre A cubic centimetre is a unit of volume

multiply 37 x 11, and then multiply the answer by 17, that will give you the volume in cubic inches.

V = 2,269.8 cubic feet.

Volume. A liter is the same as a cubic decimeter, or 1/1000 of a cubic meter.Volume. A liter is the same as a cubic decimeter, or 1/1000 of a cubic meter.Volume. A liter is the same as a cubic decimeter, or 1/1000 of a cubic meter.Volume. A liter is the same as a cubic decimeter, or 1/1000 of a cubic meter.

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