# Category: Units # Convert Ounces To Cubic Inches Calculator

Convert Ounces (oz) to Cubic Inches using this conversion calculator. 1 fluid ounce is equal to 1.80469 cubic inches. If you need to know how to convert ounces to cubic inches, multiply ounces by 1 … Continue Reading → # Convert Cubic Inches to Ounces Calculator

Convert Cubic Inches to Ounces (oz) using this conversion calculator. 1 cubic inch is equal to 0.554113 ounces. If you need to know how to convert cubic inches to ounces , multiply cubic inches by … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Circle

To calculate the area of a circle, use the following formula:

Let’s say our circle is 8 inches in diameter. Half of the circle’s diameter equals it’s radius (8 / 2 = 4). Square the radius (4 * 4 = … Continue Reading → # Topsoil Cubic Feet Yards And Bags Calculator

The Topsoil Calculator will help you figure out how much topsoil or potting soil to buy, with a breakdown in terms of bags or yards. It will convert your measurements into cubic feet and yards so you … Continue Reading → # Construction And Carpentry Fraction Calculator

This construction and carpentry fraction calculator takes the hassle out of working with two fractions, including whole numbers. It will perform addition and subtraction on two fractions for you. It … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Trapezium

To calculate the area of a trapezium, which is essentially a rectangle with triangles on either side:

add together the top and bottom (top + bottom)
multiply the result with the height ((top + bot … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Triangle

To calculate the area of a triangle:

multiply the base with the height (base * height)
divide the result in half ((base * height) / 2) … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Parallelogram

To calculate the area of a Parallelogram, use the following formula:

multiply the width with the height (width * height) … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Rectangle

To calculate the area of a Rectangle, use the following formula:

multiply the width with the height (width * height) … Continue Reading →