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marcros

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(width in inches divided by 12) x (thickness in inches divided by 12) x length in feet = cubic feet

work out each part and multiply together.

in your example

12/12 = 1
1/12 = 0.083
72"/12 = 6 ft

1 x 0.083 x 6= just under 1/2 a cubic foot (0.498)

Or you can do width in inches x thickness in inches x length in feet and divide by 144.

In your example (12 x 1 x 6)/144
 

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and there are 35 cubic feet in a cubic metre give or take a gnat's whisker
 
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