When you think about **gardening**, you may have heard about **different ways to measure** space, especially when you’re planning how much soil, mulch, or compost you need. One of the ways to measure space is using **cubic meters** and **cubic feet**.

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### What is a Cubic Meter and a Cubic Foot?

**Cubic Meter**: This is a way to measure the space inside a three-dimensional box that is**1 meter long**,**1 meter wide**, and**1 meter tall**. Imagine a big cube that takes up a lot of space.**Cubic Foot**: Similarly, a cubic foot measures the space inside a box that is**1 foot long**,**1 foot wide**, and**1 foot tall**. This box is a lot smaller than the cubic meter because 1 meter is about**3.28 feet**!

### Converting 0.75 Cubic Meters to Cubic Feet

To find out how many cubic feet are in **0.75 cubic meters**, you can use the conversion factor:

$$

1 \text{ cubic meter} = 35.3147 \text{ cubic feet}

$$

So, to convert **0.75 cubic meters** to cubic feet, you would multiply:

$$

0.75 \text{ cubic meters} \times 35.3147 \text{ cubic feet/cubic meter} \approx 26.487 \text{ cubic feet}

$$

This means that **0.75 cubic meters** is about **26.487 cubic feet**. So when you’re planning your garden, you can think of it as needing enough space for roughly **26.5 cubic feet** of soil!

### Here are 7 objects that are exactly equal to 0.75 cubic meters (or about 26.5 cubic feet):

**A medium-sized storage bin**that holds around 26.5 cubic feet of materials.**Three large garden bags**of soil, each holding about 8.83 cubic feet, adding up to about 26.5 cubic feet.**An aquarium**with dimensions that allow for a total volume of 0.75 cubic meters.**A standard bathtub**can hold close to 26.5 cubic feet of water when filled completely.**A stack of about 10 medium cardboard boxes**, each with a volume of about 2.65 cubic feet, totals to close to 26.5 cubic feet.**A storage cube all stacked together**to measure about 0.75 cubic meters in total.**A large compost bin**that has enough space to hold 0.75 cubic meters of compostable material.

So now, when you’re digging your garden or filling it with goodies for plants, you’ll have a better idea of how much space you’re working with! Happy gardening! ðŸŒ±