how many cm cubed is in 3 meters cubed?
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Re: Cm cubed to meter cubed
Originally posted by gubment_cheezhmm, there seems to be a large difference between JohnC's result and mine.
I know 1m = 100 cm,
so I know that 3 m = 300 cm.
now, I took 300 cm, and squared it, resulting in 90 000 cm, then multiplied that by 300 cm, resulting in 27 000 000 cm
the exponent is only associated with the unit, not the number. It is 3*(1 m)*(1 m)*(1 m)
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Re: Cm cubed to meter cubed
I'm not sure. an object, such as a rubix cube, that has 3 inches on a side ah, I had worked backwards the wrong way. I was thinking 3 cubic meters, not 3 meters cubed.. or possibly the reverse of that.. I DUNNOLast edited by gubment_cheez; 09172008, 12:30 PM.
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Re: Cm cubed to meter cubed
It breaks down like this...
physics is the easiest math you'll ever do because your units will always tell you if you're right:
1m3 x 100cm/m x 100cm/m x 100cm/m
this way your meters cubed cancels out on the bottom and you end up with centimeters cubed on the top.
1000000cm3
cheers mate.
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Re: Cm cubed to meter cubed
Originally posted by Unregistered View PostIt breaks down like this...
physics is the easiest math you'll ever do because your units will always tell you if you're right:
1m3 x 100cm/m x 100cm/m x 100cm/m
this way your meters cubed cancels out on the bottom and you end up with centimeters cubed on the top.
1000000cm3
cheers mate.
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Re: Cm cubed to meter cubed
v=lxbxh
50cmx15cmx10cm
=7500cm cubed
if 1m cubed=1 000 000 cm cubed then convert the above to meter cubed
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Re: Cm cubed to meter cubed
Originally posted by Unregistered View PostIt breaks down like this...
physics is the easiest math you'll ever do because your units will always tell you if you're right:
1m3 x 100cm/m x 100cm/m x 100cm/m
this way your meters cubed cancels out on the bottom and you end up with centimeters cubed on the top.
1000000cm3
cheers mate.
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