4 inches deep x 2.5 feet wide x 40 feet long = cubic feet

I have 2500 square feet of lawn I would like to cover with 2inches of black dirt. How many yards of dirt will I need?

You need another dimension to establish a 3-dimensional measurement such as cubic feet. If you knew the thickness of the textile, you could determine a volume by multiplying the thickness (converted to units of feet) times the square feet of area.

Or you might have the textile wrapped around an object and that could have a volume. If you wrap the fabric around a box of say, 4 feet by 4 feet by 2 feet, you would have a volume of 32 cubic feet per box.

Without a third dimension, there is no conversion from area (measured in square feet) to volume (in cubic feet).

Or you might have the textile wrapped around an object and that could have a volume. If you wrap the fabric around a box of say, 4 feet by 4 feet by 2 feet, you would have a volume of 32 cubic feet per box.

Without a third dimension, there is no conversion from area (measured in square feet) to volume (in cubic feet).

532 cubic feet to 10x10 square feet

So 5ft = how many cu ft?

Square feet are units used for the area of a place whereas, cubic feet represent the volume.

The formulas for both are:

Area = Length x Width

Volume = Length x Width x Height/Depth*

Hence, we can also say that

Volume = Area x Height

*Height and Depth may be used as appropriate.

So, to convert an area into a volume, we need to multiply it with the height of the container/hole. Then the units will also convert to cubic feet.

Let's suppose, we have a box with an area of 2.5 feet

Volume = Area x Depth

Volume = 2.5 feet

= 5 feet

The formulas for both are:

Area = Length x Width

Volume = Length x Width x Height/Depth*

Hence, we can also say that

Volume = Area x Height

*Height and Depth may be used as appropriate.

So, to convert an area into a volume, we need to multiply it with the height of the container/hole. Then the units will also convert to cubic feet.

Let's suppose, we have a box with an area of 2.5 feet

^{2}and it is 2 feet deep. Hence, to convert the square feet into cubic feet, we will find the volume of the box:Volume = Area x Depth

Volume = 2.5 feet

^{2}x 2 feet= 5 feet

^{3}1 cubic foot = 12 x 12 x 12 inches

1 sq foot = 12 x 12 inches

Say you have 40 cu ft coverage from a product. How many sq feet coverage can you expect, if you want the product 1 inch thick.

12 x 12 x 12 inches = 12 layers of 12 x 12

12 x 1 cu ft = 12 sq feet

Does that help?

1 sq foot = 12 x 12 inches

Say you have 40 cu ft coverage from a product. How many sq feet coverage can you expect, if you want the product 1 inch thick.

12 x 12 x 12 inches = 12 layers of 12 x 12

12 x 1 cu ft = 12 sq feet

Does that help?

I have a length of 6 ft and a depth of 5 ft and a height of 8ft how many ft do I have