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Old 08-17-2008, 02:39 AM
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Default How do you calculate the cubic ft of a box for shipping???

Hi all

CAn you tell me how to calculate the cubic ft of these boxes please.

24x9x35=
26x8x31=
18x18x38=
9x9x41=
9x9x46=
6x22x30=
8x8x72=

many thanks

steve
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Hi all

CAn you tell me how to calculate the cubic ft of these boxes please.

24x9x35=
26x8x31=
18x18x38=
9x9x41=
9x9x46=
6x22x30=
8x8x72=

many thanks

steve
If you've already measured the inches, mu;tiply the three numbers together to get cubic inches. Then divide by 1728, the number of cubic inches in a cubic foot
24 x 9 x 35/ 1728 = 4.375 ft³

If you measure in feet, just multiply together, no conversion.
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Thanks john s

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Thanks john s

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67"x44"x83" ?
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67"x44"x83" ?
67"x44"x83" x 1 ft³/1728 in³ = 141.6 ft³
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Yes, thanks John S. For the less mathematically inclined this is very helpful
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Can u define me this measurement for teak wood,here with size i want to calculate in qubic feet,please help me

teak wood:2"x2"x8 feet=
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Can u define me this measurement for teak wood,here with size i want to calculate in qubic feet,please help me

teak wood:2"x2"x8 feet=
Convert the inches to feet by dividing by 12. Multiply.
(1/6) x (1/6) x 8 = 0.222 ft³


Or convert 8' = 96" and follow method in post 2.
All three dimensions must be in the same unit, by measurement or conversion.
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:21 AM
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Hi all

CAn you tell me how to calculate the cubic ft of these boxes please.

24x9x35=
26x8x31=
18x18x38=
9x9x41=
9x9x46=
6x22x30=
8x8x72=

many thanks

steve

the formula is length x depth x height
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:26 AM
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formula, width x length x height this will give you the cubic ft for the boxes
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