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Answered: How do you convert something that 0.625 in diameter and 30 feet in length

by diameter i guess your using a tube so the calculation is as follows: Area of the cross section (circle): A=(pi)R2 A=(3.1415) x 0.3125 x 0.3125 A=0.3067871 inches squared Volume is: V=A x L V=.3067871 x 360 inches (30 feet) V=110.44336 inches cubed A cubic foot is 12 x 12 x 12 = 1728 ...

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Answered: What is 4.2 cubic feet in gallons?

1 cubic feet = 7.48 US gallons (approx) So, 4.2 cubic feet would be, 7.48 x 4.2 = 31.416 gallons.

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Answered: How many cubic feet is in a cylinder 6" by 5 feet?

The volume of a cylinder is pi x r^2 x h. You want the answer in cubic feet, so you need to change inches to feet. If the diameter is 6 inches, the radius is half of that = 3 inches = 1/4 foot. So the answer is pi x 1/4 x 1/4 x 5 = 5/16 pi = .98 cubic feet (rounded from .9817477)

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How many cubic yards is in 300 square feet?

1 yard = 3 feet Use this conversion relation to find out your answer

How many gallons of water in 25,000 cubic feet?

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How many cubic feet is 7'x3'x5"?

Make sure that all those figures are in feet and you'll get the answer by multiplying all of them. The only figure that is not in feet is 5". But 5" = 5/12' Now it is simple. The volume is (all dimensions are in [ft] so the volume is in cubic feet): 7 * 3 * 5/12 = 7 * 5 / 4 = 35/4 = 8.75 ...

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