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    Math Help - Box Volume

    What is the formula to solve for Volume for this box?



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    Re: Math Help - Box Volume

    I usualy section the boxs off to rectangles and triangles and then calcuate from there. makes it alot easier



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    Re: Math Help - Box Volume

    Use sketchup's area tool to find the area of odd shapes and then copy the number it gives and multiply by whatever length you need (make sure to divide by 12 to get back to cubic feet).

    And by the "area tool", I mean to right click on some panel and then select area--> selection from the menu. A pop up will give you a number in ft^2. Copy that, put it into a calculator (google works great) and then you just add the different sections.



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    Re: Math Help - Box Volume

    Quote Originally Posted by Immacomputer View Post
    Use sketchup's area tool to find the area of odd shapes and then copy the number it gives and multiply by whatever length you need (make sure to divide by 12 to get back to cubic feet).

    And by the "area tool", I mean to right click on some panel and then select area--> selection from the menu. A pop up will give you a number in ft^2. Copy that, put it into a calculator (google works great) and then you just add the different sections.
    Very Easy!

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    1996 Honda Integra GS-RL
    -------------------------------------
    HU ------ Pioneer DEH-P9200R
    FRONT -- CDT Audio CL-61A
    REAR ---- CDT Audio CL-6X
    SUBS ---- 2 RE SE 10s
    BOX ----- 3.023 ft^3 @ 33.31 Hz
    F AMP --- Crossfire TEK 75.2
    S AMP --- Crossfire BMF1000D
    WIRE ---- Knukonceptz 4 GA
    POWER -- Optima Yellow Top
    ALARM -- Ungo MS8300
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