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- Aug 22nd 2008, 04:41 PMqbkr213rd Conversion Problem / Question
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There are approx. 28.32 liters in a cubic foot. Go from there?.

- Aug 22nd 2008, 05:12 PMqbkr21RE:
I know I have to convert, but before I do so is the 12.5 x 15.5 x 8.0 the length that needs to be cubed to equal the volume?

- Aug 22nd 2008, 05:15 PMSpec
$\displaystyle 1\ ft = 0.3048\ m$

So to get the volume in $\displaystyle m^3$, you do this calulcation:

$\displaystyle 12.5 \cdot 15.5 \cdot 8.0\ ft^3 = 12.5 \cdot 15.5 \cdot 8.0 \cdot 0.3048^3\ m^3$

$\displaystyle 1\ m^3 = 1000\ liters$

So you have:

$\displaystyle 12.5 \cdot 15.5 \cdot 8.0 \cdot 0.3048^3 \cdot 1000\ liters$

I think you can handle it from here. - Aug 22nd 2008, 05:31 PMqbkr21
- Aug 22nd 2008, 05:43 PMSpec
$\displaystyle 12.5\ ft \cdot 15.5\ ft \cdot 8.0\ ft = 1550\ ft \cdot ft \cdot ft = 1550\ ft^3$

A room is three-dimensional, so it makes sense that the unit for describing the volume of a room is also three-dimensional. - Aug 22nd 2008, 05:44 PMqbkr21
- Aug 22nd 2008, 06:57 PMqbkr21RE: