We’re being asked to **determine the volume of air (in liters)** in a room that measures **10.0 ft × 11.0 ft × 8.00 ft**.

**For this problem, we need to do the following steps:**

*Step 1:* Calculate the volume of air in **ft ^{3}**.

*Step 2:* Convert the calculated volume from **ft ^{3} to L**.

How many liters of air are in a room that measures 10.0 ft x 11.0 ft and has an 8.00 ft ceiling?

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