This involves converting units . . . can you do that?
Approximately 118 mi wide and 307 mi long and averaging 279 ft in depth,
Lake Michigan is the second-largest Great lake by volume.
Estimate its volume of water in m³.
(Note that 2.54 cm = 1 inch and 5280 feet = 1 mile)
Volume is Length x Width x Height (Depth).
So we have: .
Converting miles to meters and feet to meters, we have:
. . m³.
The volume of Lake Michigan is about (eight trillion) cubic meters.