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cubic feet
by marisa meads on 03/28/05 at 11:19:16

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If I have a truck and it is 20ft long 98inches wide and 10 ft long, how do I fiqure out how many cubic feet that is. Will 175 cubic ft of stuff fit into it?

Re: cubic feet
by Robert Fogt on 03/28/05 at 17:51:42

First convert them all to the same units, such as feet, then just multiply them together.

98 inches = 98/12 = 8.16667 feet

20 feet * 10 feet * 8.16667 feet = 1633.3333 cubic feet

Re: cubic feet
by Dawn on 04/13/05 at 13:28:44

Mr. Fogt:
Please HELP!  I've read most of your responses for cubic yard conversions, but I still need help with my situation.

My new home is on .37 acre...we need to get top soil to put down, level out, & seed.  However, it is sold by the cubic yard.  Can you please help me?  How much will I need to cover the land.  Thank you. ???

Re: cubic feet
by Dawn on 04/13/05 at 14:18:52

nevermind...I think I figured it out.....

.37 acre = 16117.2 sq ft

cubic ft = 16117.2 * .17 (2" high)
cubic ft = 2739.92

cubic yd = 16117.2/27
cubic yd = [b]101.47[/b]

does this look right?!?!?

Re: cubic feet
by Robert Fogt on 04/13/05 at 14:38:03

That is correct.

Though when I calculated it, I did not round off, used 0.1666666667 instead of 0.17 for the height, and I came up with 99.5 cubic yards.

But you did correctly work it out.

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