Can Cubic Feet Be Converted To Surface Area Of Square Feet?


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Anonymous answered
What do you mean by converting cubic feet into square feet? They both are not comparable. 3d and 2d can't be compared. Because cubic feet is the unit of volume and square feet is the unit of area.
You can calculate the surface area of 3d object. Yes!. But you can't convert it into 2d. E.g. You have a cube whose volume is 1 cubic feet. Now you want to calculate the surface area, you will add area of all the 6 sides of the cube. Which will be 6 square feet. Similarly, you can do this with any object whether it be square, sphere, pyramid, etc.
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John Nawrocki answered
Just talking about a regular cube, the volume is side3 and the surface area is side2 times 6. So the formula to convert the volume to the surface area would be area = (Cube root(volume))2 times 6.
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Anonymous commented
My warehouse is 10950 sq ft , all box = cu ft 12751
how to calculate % usage of warehouse space ???
Anonymous commented
Look, i have a1 cu.ft. Bag of potting soil. All i wanna know is how much area will that cover at 1/4" thickness??

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