# Calculating Cubic Feet Function and How to

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You probably think that you don’t need the knowledge about calculating cubic feet, but life can take a strange turn – who knows what is going to happen in the future?

You may not need the knowledge for as long as you live but there is also a chance that you need to know an item’s capacity and you need to calculate it. Knowing the way about how to calculate cubic inches or feet can be quite handy and useful.

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### Calculating Cubic Feet Common Use of Cubic Feet

Have you ever had to send a package and you have no clue about calculating the dimension? Or have you ever stared blankly to the living room, wondering about the dimension  and what kind of furniture you should have (including the sizes)?  These are some of the importance of calculating cubic feet.

Keep in mind that you only need to know the width, length, and also height of the objects so you know the capacity or volume in the cubic feet. Simply multiply them all and you already get the volume cubic feet result. In the event that the item has irregular shape, you can divide it into regular shapes and then calculate each part separately.  Once you have got the results, you can add them together.

Let’s say that you want to buy a kitchen cabinet in L shape. You need to divide them into one longer rectangular and one shorter part. Once you have calculated each of them, you can add the result together. You have got the volume cubic feet on your own!

### How To Calculating Cubic Feet

How to calculate cubic inches? This is the most common cases when you are given the inch dimensions, instead of feet. You use the methods of calculating cubic feet as described and explained before – using the inches is okay. But once you have reached the final result, you need to divide the numbers by 1728. What if you use meters? The method is the same, but you need to multiple the final number with 35.31. What if you use the yards? You need to multiply the final number with 27.

### Calculating Cubic Feet Examples

A friend of mine wants to buy a box with the L shape. The longer rectangle comes with 30 x 60 x35 inches while the smaller one comes with 14 x 18 x 35 inches. If you calculate the longer rectangle, it will be 63,000 inches in total. Divide it with 1728, resulted in 36,45 cubic feet.

If you calculate the smaller one, it will be 8,820 inches in total. Divide it with 1728, resulted in 5,10 cubic feet. And when you add them together, it will be 41,55 cubic feet.

### The Extra Help

Of course, there is also another way to calculate the cubic feet – you can always use the calculator. If you go online, you will find that there are different kinds of calculators, including cubic feet calculator.

You don’t need to do any manual work; simply fill in the numbers and let the calculator do the work. You shouldn’t have to worry anymore about calculating cubic feet, should you?

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