What Is the Formula for Cubic Feet?

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The formula used to measure cubic feet is length x width x height. This measurement can also be calculated by using the formula square feet x height in feet if the square feet measurement is given or available.
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Cubic feet are a measurement of volume. It is the amount of a material you would have in a 1 foot by one foot by one foot cube. Typically the unit weight of a material is given in
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You can't convert two different units into each other. Feet is a measure of length. cubic feet is a measure of volume. However, if you have the dimensions of an object, it's length
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Length times width equals the basic formula for calculating cubic
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If the measurements of the item are in feet, the you multiply. Width x Height x Depth = answer. If the measurement is not in feet, then you will need to convert it, either before
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