In gardening, we often need to think about space, especially when planting flowers, trees, or vegetables. One way to measure space is by using **volume**, which helps us know how much dirt, seeds, or plants we can put in a certain area. We can measure volume in different units, and one common one is **cubic meters (m³)**.

Now, when we want to understand how much space 4 cubic meters is in terms we might see in the United States, we convert it to **cubic feet (ft³)**. To do this, we use a conversion factor: 1 cubic meter is equal to about 35.3147 cubic feet.

So, to find out how many cubic feet are in 4 cubic meters, we can use this equation:

$$

4 \, \text{m}^3 \times 35.3147 \, \frac{\text{ft}^3}{\text{m}^3} \approx 141.2 \, \text{ft}^3

$$

This calculation shows us that 4 cubic meters is approximately **141.2 cubic feet**. This information can help gardeners decide how much soil or space they will need for planting their flowers or vegetables!

Here are **7 objects** that have a volume of exactly **141.2 cubic feet**:

- A standard refrigerator (some models)
- A large garden shed (small models)
- An average-sized hot tub
- A large water storage tank
- A medium-sized dog house
- A big cooler (used for camping)
- A small storage container (used for boxes)

These examples can help you visualize how much space you have when you think about your gardening projects!