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Without knowing at least 2 sides you can't get a length. 19.8 cubic feet could be anysize or shape.

However, if it is a perfect cube, just take the cube root (^1/3) and you will get what the length, width, and height would be.

It sounds like you're trying to size up a refrigerator or freezer.

However, if it is a perfect cube, just take the cube root (^1/3) and you will get what the length, width, and height would be.

It sounds like you're trying to size up a refrigerator or freezer.

- Chols
**Posts:**4**Joined:**Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:08 pm**Location:**Starkville, MS

A family is going to keep their furniture in a storage facility for six months until their new home is ready for occupancy. If the storage space is 32 by 160 by 10 feet high and the facility charges $1 per cubic yard each month, what will the monthly storage cost be to the family?

PLEASE HELP!!

PLEASE HELP!!

- winfrey1234

If your storage shed is 32ft X 160ft X 10ft, then that is a total of 51200 cubic feet.

Divide by 27 cubic feet to get cubic yards, which is 1896.30 cubic yards.

$1 per cubic yard would be $1896.30 per month, for a grand total of $11,377.78 for the 6 month duration.

Divide by 27 cubic feet to get cubic yards, which is 1896.30 cubic yards.

$1 per cubic yard would be $1896.30 per month, for a grand total of $11,377.78 for the 6 month duration.

- Chols
**Posts:**4**Joined:**Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:08 pm**Location:**Starkville, MS

winfrey1234 wrote:A family is going to keep their furniture in a storage facility for six months until their new home is ready for occupancy. If the storage space is 32 by 160 by 10 feet high and the facility charges $1 per cubic yard each month, what will the monthly storage cost be to the family?

A 5,120 ft^2 storage room?! I would call that a warehouse! This is either homework or it's going to be a really big house!

- Dirtman
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**Posts:**574**Joined:**Sat Jan 21, 2006 2:04 pm**Location:**California

For math I have to find the volume of a cylinder, the diameter is: 3 inches and the height is 6 inches. how do I find out how much cubic inches of wax was used to make the candle?

A cylindrical candle has a diameter of 3 inches and a height of 6 inches. How many cubic inches of wax were used to make the candle?

42.39 cubic inches

18.00 cubic inches

56.52 cubic inches

84.78 cubic inches

A cylindrical candle has a diameter of 3 inches and a height of 6 inches. How many cubic inches of wax were used to make the candle?

42.39 cubic inches

18.00 cubic inches

56.52 cubic inches

84.78 cubic inches

- sdhsh

sdhsh wrote:For math I have to find the volume of a cylinder, the diameter is: 3 inches and the height is 6 inches. how do I find out how much cubic inches of wax was used to make the candle?

A cylindrical candle has a diameter of 3 inches and a height of 6 inches. How many cubic inches of wax were used to make the candle?

42.39 cubic inches

18.00 cubic inches

56.52 cubic inches

84.78 cubic inches

Volume of a cylinder

V = (pi)*rÂ²*h or (pi/4)*dÂ²*h,

you do the math

- Guest

Ok my son is doing a science project & the structure we are building needs to be approximately 8000 cubic cm. how do we figure out what size our structure needs to be??

- Samantha

Samantha wrote:Ok my son is doing a science project & the structure we are building needs to be approximately 8000 cubic cm. how do we figure out what size our structure needs to be??

The cube root of 8000 is 20, so the project should be approximately 20cm x 20cm x 20cm or any similar derivative. As an example: 10cm x 30cm x 27cm = 8100 cu. cm

- Dirtman
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