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### How many ft in 1.6 cu ft?

You can't do that. Cu Ft is volume and Ft is length - the units are not the same.

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You can't do that. Cu Ft is volume and Ft is length - the units are not the same.

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Discharge - Average - 61.17 m³/s (2,160 cu ft/s) [1] Maximum - 533.48 m³/s (18,840 cu ft/s)

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1 ft = 0.3048 m (exactly) → 1 cu ft = 1 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft = 0.3048 m x 0.3048 m x 0.3048 m ≈ 0.02832 cu m

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Mathematically, a yard is a measure of length, has only one dimension and thus has no volume which has three dimensions; so no matter how many of them you have you will never get a volume of 15 cu ft… Full Answer

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Any value greater than 0 inches. (If the width were 0 in, then the volume would have to be 0 cu in.) Assuming a cuboid: volume = length × depth × width → width = volume ÷ (length × depth)… Full Answer

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There is no conversion. "Cu ft" is a volume measurement, "kg" is a mass measurement.

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I have an RTD 1900D (I don't see an "AAW") and the door says it has a total volume of 18.6 cu ft, fresh food volume 12.8 cu ft and frozen food volume of 5.8 cu ft

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One is an area and the other is a volume, so there is no answer.

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1 cu m = 35.31 cu ft

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132,000 cu ft = 822,206 Imperial gallons approx.

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None. A foot is a measure of distance while a cu ft is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other.

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The volume of the box is 36 * 24 * 18 = 15552 cubic inches. ---------------------------------------------- 1 ft = 1/3 yd → volume = 1 yd × 2 ft × 1.5 ft = 1 yd × (2 × 1/3) yd… Full Answer

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You cannot convert sq. ft. into cu. ft. because, sq. ft. is the unit of area and the unit of volume. But if you know the cross sectional area of a cylinder in cu. ft. and its length (or height… Full Answer

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cubic ft is volume not length

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As it is a hole, there is no dirt in it. However, assuming you have a cylindrical hole 3 ft wide, the volume of dirt removed to make the hole is: volume = π x radius2 x depth = π… Full Answer

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== No!!== 1.5 cu ft of what?! A pound is a unit of weight. A cubic foot is a unit of volume. 1.5 cu ft of concrete weighs much more than 1.5 cu ft of air.

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Volume is 30 x 20 x 1/6 ie 100 cu ft. 27 cu ft make one cu yd so 100/27 ie 3.7 cu yds to one significant figure.

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Area

.07 (No. That is incorrect.) Actually there are 27 cu ft in a cu yard or .037 cu yards in a cu ft.

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Volume

25.12.cu. ft.

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These are incompatible measurements, as one measures area and the other measures volume. Sorry!

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The first step is to measure the volume of the amount of concrete for the job by adding up the volume of concrete required for the various parts of the construction. This is, for each part, Volume = length x… Full Answer

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This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cu ft is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. A pound is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions… Full Answer

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12 in = 1 ft radius = diameter ÷ 2 Assuming those are internal dimensions, the volume of the pool is: volume = π x radius2 x depth = π x (12 ft ÷ 2)2 x (30 ÷ 12) ft… Full Answer

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7 ft x 2 ft x 2 ft = 28 cu ft 1 cu ft = 7.48052 gal 1 cu ft = 28.3168 L So, the volume of the aquarium is: 209.455 gal = 792.872 L

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1 cubic ft is an imperial volume measure.

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The answer is specific to the product in the cu ft. A cu ft of water will be different than that of a cu ft of feathers ETC.

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Volume is 12 x 8 x 3, 288 cu ft. 27 cu ft make one cu yd so 288/27, ie 10 & 2/3 cu yds

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Area = Pi * r * r = 3.14 * 6.5 * 6.5 = 132.7 sq ft Volume = area * depth = 132.7 cu-ft * 2.5ft = 33.2 cu ft Gallons = 7.48 gal/cu-ft * 33.2 cu-ft = 248.2… Full Answer

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Hydrocarbons

The gas fills the container, therefore its volume must be 2 cu ft.

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Find the volume of the pool (in cu ft) and multiply by the number of gallons of water per cubic foot. Volume = 9x13x3 = 351 cu ft 351 x 7.481 (gal per cu ft) = 2625.831 gal

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There are 1728 cubic inches in 1 cubic foot. To convert cu ft to cu in, multiply cu ft by 1728 (cu in per co ft). 1,728 cubic inches per cubic foot.

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1 ft = 1/3 yd → 1 cu ft = 1 ft × 1 ft × 1 ft = 1/3 yd × 1/3 yd × 1/3 yd = 1/23 cu yd So work out the volume of your hole by… Full Answer

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To find the volume (cu ft), multiply length x width x depth and then multiply the volume by the number of gallons of water per cu ft (7.481): 20 x 9 x 9 = 1620 cu ft x 7.481 =… Full Answer

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2100 x 1/12= 175 cu ft 175 cu ft/27 cu ft per yard = 6.5 cu yds

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1 cu ft = 0.037037 cu yeard

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I presume 1 yard of mulch means 1 cu yard of mulch 1yd = 3ft 1 cu yard = 1yd x 1yd x 1yd = 3ft x 3ft x 3ft = 27 cu ft. 12 in = 1ft 1in =… Full Answer

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Diameter= 60 ft. Radius = 30 f. Depth = 12 ft. Area = PI * r^2 (sq. ft.) = PI*30^2 = 2827.4 sq. ft. Volume = (Area * Depth)/2 (cu. ft.) = 16964.6 cu. ft. =Volume (cu. ft.) * 0.13368… Full Answer

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40 cu ft = 1.13 cu m

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3.851 (rounded)

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.1337 cu ft / gal 7.481 gal / cu ft

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55*55*55 = 166,375 cu ft

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I'll assume you meant: "how many cubic inches are in 1.8 cubic feet?" since cubic feet are a measure of volume whereas inches are a measure of length: 1 ft = 12 in ⇒ 1 cu ft = 1 ft… Full Answer

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Density is mass per unit volume. Density units include : ( 1 ) g per cu cm ( 2 ) kg per cu m ( 3 ) lbm per cu ft ( 4 ) kg per L

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volume = pi * r 2* l = 3.1416*1.252 * 500 = 2454.375 cu ft 1 cu ft = 6.2288 imp gallon 2454.375 cu ft = 15287.811 gallons or say 15288.

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12 in = 1 ft → volume = 16 in x 47 in x 29 in = (16 ÷ 12) ft x (47 ÷ 12) ft x (29 ÷ 12) ft = 1363/108 cu ft = 1267/108 cu ft ≈… Full Answer

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The common metric unit for volume is the liter. 1.0 L = 0.001 cu m 1.0 cu m = 1000 L

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You can't really convert mass to volume.

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Volume

141.37 cu. ft.

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Colorado

The average discharge is 22,500 cu ft/second.