well just like the title says how do i figure out the airspace inside of a sonotube?
well just like the title says how do i figure out the airspace inside of a sonotube?
area of a circle x height
= (pi * radius^2) x height
pi*r^2*h
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ok after that how do i find the ft^3?
honestly people, is it that hard? I believe they taught us this in grade school...
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If you cant do the math, fill it with packing peanuts then dump them into a square box and take your measurements.
Lol it's called Volume....
I suggest you go back to grade school buddy, learn basic math all over again.
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Y'all are mean. Radius squared times pi times the height (IN INCHES) gives you the volume in cubic inches. Divide that by 1728 (one cubic foot) to get the volume in cubic feet.
Last edited by PV Audio; 01-10-2008 at 06:36 PM.
this thread gave me a good belly chuckle. thank you retarded OP
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