# Cubic Feet To Quarts Calculator

Not every unit of **volume** starts from the word “**cubic or cube**”. Normally, we see **units** for the volume calculation **starting** from this particular **word**. But there are also other units used for this calculation in a different **system** of units like **US** customary units. A **common** unit from this system used for the volume of **fluid** is the Quart.

Multiple **volume** units can be **converted** to this particular unit through a **simple** relation. **For example**, you can perform cubic **feet **to quarts conversion through a **relationship** or vice versa. Don’t have enough **time** to perform this **conversion**? You should use this **cubic foot to quarts calculator** that has been **designed** for this conversion. It can **perform** this conversion in a single **glimpse** without any manual **involvement**. Let us show you how to **use** this maths calculator to make the conversion accurate.

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## What is a Quart?

It is a **special** unit that belongs to the **US** customary system of units or **Imperial** units. A quart is used for the volume **measurement **of the fluid. It can be used for both **liquid **and dry fluids **depending** on which it is given the name of **liquid **quart and dry quart.

In **general**, a quart is the volume of the** fluid** which is equal to **one-fourth** of one gallon. It can also be defined in **terms** of pints and volume of **cups** depending on the **conditions** in which we are defining it.

Like other units, it also has a **specific **way of getting represented which is by writing “**qt**” just beside the measurement. If we have to write **5** quarts, we will write it as “**5 qt**”

### How to convert cubic feet to quarts?

As most units have **specific **relationships to **convert** to other units, quarts also have a **relationship **with cubic feet (**both are volume-measuring units**). We can use that relationship to **convert **cubic feet to quarts in a few **steps**. Here is the relationship **defining** the connection between these units.

1 cubic foot = 29.92 quarts

The above relationship shows that a cubic foot is a bigger unit than a quart. So, we have to multiply the measurement given in cubic feet by the above number to convert it into quarts. Here is a solved example to better understand the conversion.

**Example 1:**

Convert 6 cubic feet to quarts.

**Solution:**

As we know,

1 cubic foot = 29.92 quarts

So,

26 ft^{3}= 6 x 29.92 qt

= 179.53 qt

### Cubic feet to Quarts table

Here we have made a **conversion** **table** for cubic feet to **quarts** to let you remember a few values.

Cubic Feet |
Quarts |

1 | 29.92 |

2 | 59.84 |

5 | 149.61 |

10 | 299.22 |

20 | 598.44 |

50 | 1496.11 |

100 | 2992.21 |

### How to use the cubic feet to quarts calculator?

Till now, you have learned how to c**onvert **cubic feet to quarts manually. But you may have **complex** values or want to **perform** this conversion quickly. In this r**egard,** you can use this tool by Calculator’s Bag by following the below-mentioned steps.

- Write the number showing the measurement in cubic feet
- This calculator will automatically convert that measurement to quarts.

### FAQ | Cubic feet to quarts

**How many dry quarts are in a cubic foot?**

In 1 cubic foot, around 25.714 dry quarts are involved.

**How do you estimate a quart? **

A quart is one-fourth of a gallon. So, we can easily estimate a quart in terms of a gallon.

**What can we measure in quarts? **

We can measure the volume of fluid in quarts.

**Why is it called a quart? **

In Latin, the word “Quarter or Quart” means one-fourth of the total amount. As a quart is one-fourth of the gallon, that’s why it is given this name.