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dimensions of a cubic meter
by bggas400 on 09/04/05 at 09:40:38

Hi,
How can one determine the dimensions of a cubic Meter?
I know a cubic meter is 35.3 cubic feet or 1.3 cubic yards.
Rounding up in one example... could the dimensions of 36 cubic feet be 3'x4'x3'?

Thanks
Barry


Re: dimensions of a cubic meter
by Robert Fogt on 09/04/05 at 17:32:45

It could be anything.

A cubic meter could be:

1 meter x 1 meter x 1 meter
10 meter x 1 meter x 0.1 meter
10 meter x 10 meter x 0.01 meter
100 meter x 1 meter x 0.01 meter
etc.

Pretty much there is an infinite number of possible solutions. You would need to know at least 2 of the possible dimensions to find the 3rd. Unless its a perfect cube.


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