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Hi, W/D here.

Here's an easy way to calculate your cubic feet: measure and multiply (in inches) the width X depth X height, then divide by 1728. This will give you cubic feet.

For example, if a microwave measured 18" wide X 18" deep X 12" high, it would be 3888 cubic inches; divided by 1728 (cubic inches in one cubic foot) = 2.25 cu.ft.

Best regards, --W/D--

Please take a moment to rate this solution. Thanks. --W/D--

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Jan 15, 2017 | GE Microwave Ovens

cubic feet is Length x width x height. so the 2.2 cubic foot would still have Length x width and therefore you would have 4,84 square feet.

Jan 08, 2016 | Panasonic Microwave Ovens

generally speaking you buy and OTR microwave by width, i.e., 30" wide is the standard width of all most all OTR . so any 30' wide microwave will fit. when talking about cubic feet, they usually are talking about the interior capacity of the microwave. but if you really want to know cubic feet of above dimensions, then multiply all three together and divide by 1728. (4.036 cuft)

Aug 29, 2015 | Frigidaire Microwave Ovens

The first two numbers indicate the cubic feet this would be a 1.8 cu ft model

Sep 25, 2014 | GE Microwave Ovens

Determining the cubic feet of any given appliance, Microwave, Oven, Freezer or Refrigerator is quite simple.

Follow these steps.

Open the door of your microwave and measure the length, width and height in inches of the interior cavity.

Multiply the length by the width by the height using a calculator to get the total in cubic inches.

Divide the cubic inches by 1,728, which is the volume of a cubic foot. The resulting number will be your microwave's measurement in cubic feet. You can also use an online conversion calculator to simplify matters

Hope that helps

Follow these steps.

Open the door of your microwave and measure the length, width and height in inches of the interior cavity.

Multiply the length by the width by the height using a calculator to get the total in cubic inches.

Divide the cubic inches by 1,728, which is the volume of a cubic foot. The resulting number will be your microwave's measurement in cubic feet. You can also use an online conversion calculator to simplify matters

Hope that helps

Sep 12, 2014 | General Electric Microwave Ovens

Cubic square feet is determined by multiplying length (depth) X width

X height. Example= 2X2X2 = 8 cubic feet. A typical countertop microwave is going to be 1.1 to 1.6 cubic feet of oven capacity.

X height. Example= 2X2X2 = 8 cubic feet. A typical countertop microwave is going to be 1.1 to 1.6 cubic feet of oven capacity.

Feb 15, 2014 | Hotpoint RVM1435 Microwave Oven

I am in the process of doing research on this information and will get back to you shortly.

Nov 30, 2013 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

you must ask some vendor Online via chat with GE, they offer many Sales, and good opportunity. Get in tourch with them.

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Aug 03, 2012 | GE Profile Spacemaker 1.8 Cu. Ft....

It is 1.3 cubic feet capacity. Look for the same capacity

Jan 26, 2018 | GE JE1390 Microwave Oven

If you want to calculate the volume of an object and have the answer in cubic feet.

Volume=Length X Width X Height

With the dimensions you give

Volume=12.5in X 37in X 20in

Volume=9250 cubic inches

To convert 9250 cubic inches into cubic feet you need to understand that there are 1728 cubic inches in 1 cubic foot.

L X W X H = 12"X12"X12"=1728 cu in

You then multiply 9250cu in and (1/1728cu ft) Really you are dividing 9250 by 1728.

your answer is 5.35 cubic feet.

12 inches in 1 foot

144 square inches in 1 square foot

1728 cubic inches in 1 cubic foot

to convert you put the unit you want to keep on top of the dividend.

to conver to to feet ( randomly selecting 100 inches)

Example converting 100 inches to feet

100inches X ____1ft____ = (100/12) = 8.3 feet

12inches

or cubic inches to cubic feet

4000 cubic inches to cubic feet

4000cu in X ____1cu ft____ = ( 2.33 cu ft)

1728 cu in

if you notice that the units on top and bottom of the dividend cancel each other out leaving the numerator (top number) as your unit.

it also works in reverse

2.33 cu ft X ___1728 cu in____ = (4000 cu in)

1cu ft

Volume=Length X Width X Height

With the dimensions you give

Volume=12.5in X 37in X 20in

Volume=9250 cubic inches

To convert 9250 cubic inches into cubic feet you need to understand that there are 1728 cubic inches in 1 cubic foot.

L X W X H = 12"X12"X12"=1728 cu in

You then multiply 9250cu in and (1/1728cu ft) Really you are dividing 9250 by 1728.

your answer is 5.35 cubic feet.

12 inches in 1 foot

144 square inches in 1 square foot

1728 cubic inches in 1 cubic foot

to convert you put the unit you want to keep on top of the dividend.

to conver to to feet ( randomly selecting 100 inches)

Example converting 100 inches to feet

100inches X ____1ft____ = (100/12) = 8.3 feet

12inches

or cubic inches to cubic feet

4000 cubic inches to cubic feet

4000cu in X ____1cu ft____ = ( 2.33 cu ft)

1728 cu in

if you notice that the units on top and bottom of the dividend cancel each other out leaving the numerator (top number) as your unit.

it also works in reverse

2.33 cu ft X ___1728 cu in____ = (4000 cu in)

1cu ft

Jun 03, 2008 | GE JE1540 Microwave Oven

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