›› Convert cord foot [timber] to cubic cubit [ancient egypt]


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How many cord foot in 1 cubic cubit? The answer is 0.31783199591395.
We assume you are converting between cord foot [timber] and cubic cubit [ancient egypt].
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 2.2071666382913 cord foot, or 6.9444444444444 cubic cubit.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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›› Quick conversion chart of cord foot to cubic cubit

1 cord foot to cubic cubit = 3.14632 cubic cubit

5 cord foot to cubic cubit = 15.73158 cubic cubit

10 cord foot to cubic cubit = 31.46316 cubic cubit

15 cord foot to cubic cubit = 47.19475 cubic cubit

20 cord foot to cubic cubit = 62.92633 cubic cubit

25 cord foot to cubic cubit = 78.65791 cubic cubit

30 cord foot to cubic cubit = 94.38949 cubic cubit

40 cord foot to cubic cubit = 125.85265 cubic cubit

50 cord foot to cubic cubit = 157.31582 cubic cubit



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