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Calculate the volume of a refrigerator by measuring the length, width and height of the refrigerator's interior in inches. Multiply the three figures together and convert to feet to arrive at the number of cubic feet. More »

To convert cubic meters to cubic feet, multiply the volume in cubic meters by 35.315 to get the volume in cubic feet. Each cubic meter is approximately equal to 35.3 cubic feet. More »

There is no direct conversion between cubic feet and square feet. Cubic feet refers to the three-dimensional volume of an object. Square feet refers to the surface area. It is possible to determine the square feet of an ... More »

A refrigerator's cubic footage is determined by multiplying the height, width and depth of the refrigerator's interior. In order to calculate the unit's total cubic footage, this number should be added to the cubic feet ... More »

In order to calculate cubic feet, you need to find the length, width and height of the desired object. You then multiply these three dimensions in order to get the resultant value of volume, which is written in cubic fee... More »

The height of a 10 cubic foot refrigerator varies depending on the brand and make of the machine. The height can range between 55 feet to 69 1/2 feet, though the wide variance can generally be attributed to a lack of a f... More »

Larger refrigerators burn more energy than smaller ones, but it is more energy efficient to buy one large refrigerator than two smaller ones of comparable combined volume. A smaller refrigerator and a separate freezer un... More »

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