## How do you calculate cubic feet coverage?

To calculate the cubic feet volume or capacity of an item or space, measure the length, width and height in feet and then multiply the measurements together: length × width × height.

## How do you calculate water volume in feet?

Multiply the height by width by π (3.14) divided by 4 to get the area of the oval. Multiply the area of the oval by tank length to get the volume in cubic feet. Multiply the volume by 7.48 gal/ft3 to get the capacity in gal.

**How many feet is 5 cubic feet?**

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1 cubic feet = | 1 feet | 1 cubic feet |
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5 cubic feet = | 1.71 feet | 125 cubic feet |

6 cubic feet = | 1.8171 feet | 216 cubic feet |

7 cubic feet = | 1.9129 feet | 343 cubic feet |

8 cubic feet = | 2 feet | 512 cubic feet |

### What is a cubic foot in feet?

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1 cubic feet = | 1 feet | 1 feet = |
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2 cubic feet = | 1.2599 feet | 2 feet = |

3 cubic feet = | 1.4422 feet | 3 feet = |

4 cubic feet = | 1.5874 feet | 4 feet = |

5 cubic feet = | 1.71 feet | 5 feet = |

### How is water storage capacity calculated?

V(tank) = πr2l Calculate the filled volume of a horizontal cylinder tank by first finding the area, A, of a circular segment and multiplying it by the length, l.

**How do you calculate fill material?**

Length in feet x Width in feet x Depth in feet (inches divided by 12). Take the total and divide by 27 (the amount of cubic feet in a yard). The final figure will be the estimated amount of cubic yards required.

#### How do you calculate earthwork quantity?

The determination of earthwork quantities is based upon field cross- sections taken in a specified manner before and after excavation. Cross- sections are vertical profiles taken at right angles to the survey centerline. Every section is an area formed by the subgrade, the sideslopes, and the original ground surface.

#### How many feet is a cubic feet?

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1 cubic feet = | 1 feet | 1 cubic feet |
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2 cubic feet = | 1.2599 feet | 8 cubic feet |

3 cubic feet = | 1.4422 feet | 27 cubic feet |

4 cubic feet = | 1.5874 feet | 64 cubic feet |

5 cubic feet = | 1.71 feet | 125 cubic feet |

**What is the difference between CFT and SFT?**

Square feet and Cubic feet are units of measurement for very different concepts. Square feet are units of area and cubic feet are units of volume.

## How many feet is in a cubic foot?

## What is an example of a cubic foot?

Solution: To find the volume of a cubic foot, we will first have to measure the three dimensions, that is, length, breadth, and height of the solid in feet, and then find the product of the three dimensions to get the volume, therefore, Thus, volume of the box = 2 × 4.5 × 5 = 45 ft3 or cubic feet.

**How to calculate cubic feet in feet?**

1 length (feet) × width (feet) × height (feet) = cubic feet (cf³) 2 length (inches) × width (inches) × height (inches) ÷ 1728 = cubic feet (cf³) 3 length (yards) × width (yards) × height (yards) × 27 = cubic feet (cf³) 4 length (cm) × width (cm) × height (cm) ÷ 28316.846592 = cubic feet (cf³)

### How many cubic feet are in a yard?

Multiply your length, width and height figures together, giving you a total in cubic yards (yd 3) Multiply the total by 27 (as there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard).

### How do I calculate the cubic feet of soil?

Calculating cubic feet of soil is no different than calculating the standard volume! All you need to do is find the volume of soil required: Determine the area you want to cover with soil. If the area is rectangular, then it’s a piece of cake – just multiply the length and width.

**How do you convert carton size to cubic feet?**

Convert from measurements in inches to cubic feet, when we measure the dimension of a carton with a ruler, the unit is inches, and we need calculate the cubic feet. 13 in = 13 ÷ 12 = 1.083 ft. 20 1⁄4 in = 20.25 ÷ 12 = 1.688 ft. 12 1⁄2 in = 12.5 ÷ 12 = 1.042 ft. 1.083 × 1.688 × 1.042 = 1.9048844 ft³.