How do you calculate cubic feet?

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In dealing with cubic feet you must be dealing in volume. Therefore, you must have a length, width, and a height of something. If you have a length of 12, a width of 7, and a height of 4; all we have to do is multiply 12 x 7 x 4 = 336/12 = 28
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A cubic foot is a unit of volume defined as the volume of a cube having sides one foot in lenght. It is equal to a little over 28 liters.
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