# Cubic Feet Calculator

A free utility to calculate the cubic feet of an rectangular prism(box) from measurements in inches, feet, yards, millimeters, centimeters or meters and find out how to calculate cubic feet.

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## How to use Yttags's Cubic Feet Calculator?

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Use our cubic feet calculator to calculate the volume of a space using length, width and height in any popular measurement unit.

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## FAQs for Cubic Feet Calculator

What is a Cubic Feet Calculator?
A Cubic Feet Calculator is a utility that computes the volume of a three-dimensional space in cubic feet by multiplying the length, width, and height dimensions, commonly used for measuring the capacity of objects or spaces.
How much space is a cubic foot?
A cubic foot is a space that measures 1 foot by 1 foot by 1 foot. To determine how many cubic feet a certain piece will be multiply the length x width x height of the piece. For example, if a dresser measures 4 feet long x 2 feet wide x 5 feet high it is 40 cubic feet.
How does cubic feet work?
Measure the length, width and height of the box in inches. 2. Multiply the length, width and height and divide the resulting number by 1,728. This is the container's volume in cubic feet.
What is cubic feet per day?
In hydrologic terms, the volume of water discharged in twenty four hours, with a flow of one cubic foot per second is widely used; 1 cfs-day is 24 x 60 x 60 = 86,000 cubic feet, 1.983471 acre-feet, or 646,317 gallons. The average flow in cubic feet per second for any time period is the volume of flow in cfs-days.
What is the symbol for cubic feet?
The symbol for foot/feet cubed is ft 3 . Less formally, cubic foot/feet is sometimes abbreviated cu ft.