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Homework Help: mathFormula

Posted by Richard on Monday, August 20, 2007 at 4:56pm.

Formula for calculating cubic feet.

length(in feet) x width(in feet) x height(in feet) = volume in cubic feet.

Thank you DrBob

That's for a cube or four sided regular figures. For a cylinder, it's pi*(radius2)*height and there are other formulas for other figures.

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