Firstly, there's

*US oz*and*Imperial**oz*which are measurements of volume while ounce is a measure of weight.Assuming they meant US oz,

There are 957 US oz in 1 cubic ft.

Set up the dimensional analysis as follows so the units cancel in the numerator and denominators leaving $ as the final unit.

$350 x 957 US oz x 1ft =

There are 957 US oz in 1 cubic ft.

Set up the dimensional analysis as follows so the units cancel in the numerator and denominators leaving $ as the final unit.

$350 x 957 US oz x 1ft =

**$334,950.00**US oz 1 ft 1

Assuming they meant it as a measurement of weight (now we will have to use density),

There are 28 g in 1 ounce and

28,300 ml in 1 cubic foot.

$350 x 1 ounce x 19.3 g x 28300 ml x 1 ft =

$350 x 1 ounce x 19.3 g x 28300 ml x 1 ft =

**$6,827,375.00**ounce 28 g ml 1 ft 1

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