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**Caveman****Swordsman**Offline

- Registered: 11/11/2015
- Posts: 333

**Fabricate Spell:**

I not sure if I comprehend the correct measurements. It just I thought 10 cubic square was ten foot high, ten foot long and 10 foot wide. If this is right slicing one cube in to ten slices (of 1 ft. thick) means 1x10x100 long bridge. But if I multiple it by a CA 10 sorcerer, would that not be 1x100x1000 ?

Am I getting that wrong? If I right: was example meant to mean a 1 ft. thick, 5 ft. wide and 200 ft. long bridge, and was it not meant to be cubic feet and was meant to be square feet?

Or am I wrong and it fine, if so can some person tell/show me what 10 cubic feet is? I a bit confused here and uncertain of the right mathematical formula, I did not do well a school for mathematics...

Cheers

**mabon5127****Pure-blooded Pict**Offline

- From: Ptarmigan Rock
- Registered: 3/02/2014
- Posts: 1,067

## Caveman wrote:

Fabricate Spell:

I not sure if I comprehend the correct measurements. It just I thought 10 cubic square was ten foot high, ten foot long and 10 foot wide. If this is right slicing one cube in to ten slices (of 1 ft. thick) means 1x10x100 long bridge. But if I multiple it by a CA 10 sorcerer, would that not be 1x100x1000 ?

Am I getting that wrong? If I right: was example meant to mean a 1 ft. thick, 5 ft. wide and 200 ft. long bridge, and was it not meant to be cubic feet and was meant to be square feet?

Or am I wrong and it fine, if so can some person tell/show me what 10 cubic feet is? I a bit confused here and uncertain of the right mathematical formula, I did not do well a school for mathematics...

Cheers

A cubic foot is 1'x1'x1' and you get ten of those per CA. At the tenth level, you would have 100 cubic ft or as in the given example 1' x 5' x 20'.

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**Blackadder23****Herald of the Comet**Offline

- Registered: 3/04/2014
- Posts: 1,096

## Caveman wrote:

It just I thought 10 cubic square was ten foot high, ten foot long and 10 foot wide.

This is actually 1000 cubic feet (10x10x10 = 1000). 10 cubic feet is 1x1x10 or 1x2x5 or the like. In other words, you have to multiply all three dimensions to get the total (cubic) feet.

*Last edited by Blackadder23 (3/05/2019 7:36 pm)*

**Caveman****Swordsman**Offline

- Registered: 11/11/2015
- Posts: 333

Ah, is that how it works, I was reading something like that, but could not comprehend it.

Cheers Mabon and BA, so it is the mass of the cube that is the final number. Gee I just hit things, do not ask me to think about it.

Signed Caveman

**ThornPlutonius****Rogue**Offline

- Registered: 3/14/2014
- Posts: 115

A cube of 10 cubic feet volume would be approximately 2.15' x 2.15' x 2.15' (i.e., each dimension would be the cube root of 10 = 2.154434690031884')

*Last edited by ThornPlutonius (3/06/2019 2:14 pm)*

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