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- Answer: Approximately 4.083 square feet.
- Answer: The swimming pool is a cylinder, so you use the volume equation for a cylinder: V=pi times r2 times height. If the diameter is 12 feet, the radius is 6.

V=pi times 62 times 60

V = 2160pi, or 6785.84 ft3 - Answer: 339.12 cubic feet or 2536.7938 gallons
- Answer: hmm i dunno when i was 11 i had a yamha pw 80 there good to start on it depends how tall you are. if you are shorter ,a pw50 is ok
- Answer: 62" x 28" x 27" = 27.125 cubic feet
- Answer: It is: pi*6^2*12 = 432*pi cubic inches
- Answer: The surface area of a cylinder is the circumference times theheight plus twice the area of the top.

SA = 2πr2 + 2πrh

SA = 2π(6)2 + 2π(6)(8)

SA = 72π + 96π

SA = 168π

SA ≈ 527.52 - Answer: Car height has little to do with it. If it did, truckdrivers would be 14 feet tall (chuckle). Its all to do with the relationship between pedals, seat height/rake and whether they can be adjusted to make you feel comfortable, confident, in control (essentials should not be at the limit of reach) and with good all-round observation. Basically, if it fits, its yours!
- Answer: You have given three dimensions; square feet has only two dimensions. Do you mean cubic feet?
- Answer: 282.8571428571426 cubic inches
- Answer: There are 12 inches in one foot. Therefore the wall is 72 inches tall and 288 inches long. The area of that wall is 20, 736 inches squared. The area of one brick (4 inches X 8 inches) is 32 inches squared. The area of the wall divided by the area of one brick gives you the number of bricks need to make the wall (20736/36). The answer is 648. Therefore with a 4 by 8 inch brick you need 648 bricks to make a 6 by 24 feet wall.
- Answer: six hundred and fortyeight
- Answer: Sorry the first answer was in square yds. Cubic yards would be 0.308639
- Answer: 13.3333333333333333333333333333333...3 sq.ft. or 1,920 sq.in.
- Answer: 50762 US gallons, but it is a pool with an extremely strange shape!