Hey there! Today, we are going to learn about converting **measurable spaces** in gardening from one unit to another. Sometimes when we grow plants or flowers, we need to think about how much **space** those plants will take up. Just like how we measure the size of a piece of land, we can measure the space inside boxes, pots, or even a garden bed.

**Cubic meters** are a way to measure volume, which tells us how much space something takes up. For example, if we have a big box that is 1 meter long, 1 meter wide, and 1 meter tall, it holds **1 cubic meter** of volume. When we want to know how much space that is in **cubic feet**, we can do a little math!

Now, to convert cubic meters to cubic feet, we can use this formula:

$$

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

$$

So, if we want to find out how many cubic feet are in **7 cubic meters**, we multiply:

$$

7 \text{ cubic meters} \times 35.3147 \text{ cubic feet/cubic meter} \approx 247.1949 \text{ cubic feet}

$$

That means **7 cubic meters** is about **247.2 cubic feet**!

### Example Objects that are Equal to 7 Cubic Meters:

- A large storage box that is
**1.5 meters long, 1.5 meters wide, and 3.1 meters tall**(approximately). - A rectangular fish tank that is
**2 meters long, 1 meter wide, and 3.5 meters tall**. - A big compost bin that is
**1 meter long, 1 meter wide, and 7 meters deep**(or tall). - A wooden planter box that is
**2.5 meters long, 1 meter wide, and 2.8 meters tall**. - A small garden shed that is
**2 meters long, 2 meters wide, and 1.75 meters tall**. - A filled up inflatable pool that is around
**3 meters in diameter and 1 meter deep**. - A large cooler for outdoor events that is
**2 meters long, 1.5 meters wide, and 1 meter tall**.

Now you know how to measure space in different ways! Happy gardening! ðŸŒ±