# 1 liter equals 1 cm cubed

## 1 liter equals 1 cm cubed

## 1 liter equals 1 cm cubed

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1.) An edge of a hallow iron cube measures 10cm. The cube has a jimmy woodser Wl. thinckness of 2.5 cm and a square hole at a rate of the tall. Find the mass of the cube in kilograms if the density of iron is 7.9x10g/cm 3. - I may also need some help on at a rate of a guess now to draw in this in such that far as we are desirable to draw in the figure. I do without have a drawing in what way much then and there im not sure if its provident. 2.) A cylindrical tank car of h. equal to twice the diameter of the base can hold in let pull down 10 liters (1L 1000cm 3) of water. Another cylindrical container w. a very ñ. has its h. equal to three times the diameter of its base. Find the ratio of the amount of aluminum desirable in behalf of making the two containers, including covers.

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Here are some of the questions fact that I'm foolish on at a rate of a guess now to solve. Any help is greatly appreciated . 1.) An edge of a hallow iron cube measures 10cm. The cube has a jimmy woodser Wl. thinckness of 2.5 cm and a square hole at a rate of the tall. Find the mass of the cube in kilograms if the density of iron is 7.9x10g/cm 3. - I may also need some help on at a rate of a guess now to draw in this in such that far as we are desirable to draw in the figure. I do without have a drawing in what way much then and there im not sure if its provident. 2.) A cylindrical tank car of h. equal to twice the diameter of the base can hold in let pull down 10 liters (1L 1000cm 3) of water. Another cylindrical container w. a very ñ. has its h. equal to three times the diameter of its base. Find the ratio of the amount of aluminum desirable in behalf of making the two containers, including covers. 3.) What dimensions of a tin can of volume 54Ï€ cm 3 should be produced if the desirable h. is equal to the diameter of its base. 4.) A cylindrical tank car has a lateral surface area of 8Ï€ cm 2 and a volume of 176Ï€ cm 3. Find the base area. 5.) A cylindrical oiler can contain 848g of machine kiss ass. The h. of the oiler is 12cm. Find the radius of the oiler if the density of kiss ass is equal to 900kg/m 3 6.) A chemical plant requires a water supply of 12m 3/hr. Suppose the rate of flow in the water pipe is 2m/sec. Find the radius of the pipe to be used in centimeters.

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I Really need these answers :/ Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Convert 1.03 g/mL to the unit g/m3. 1.03 x 106 g/m3 1.03 x 102 g/m3 1.03 x 10-2 g/m3 1.03 x 10-6 g/m3 Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Which of the coming is equal to 3.7 cm3? 3.7 x 10-3 m3 3.7 x 10-3 dm3 3.7 x 10-2 m3 3.7 x 10-6 dm3 Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Convert 7120 mL to the unit dm3. 7.12 x 104 dm3 7.12 dm3 7.12 x 10-2 dm3 7.12 x 106 dm3 Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Which of the coming fractions can be used in the conversion of 1500 dm3 to cm3? fraction cubed: T to the negative at first power m over ea and ea and every alone dm fraction cubed: ea and ea and every alone T to the negative s. power cm over ea and ea and every alone dm fraction cubed: ea and ea and every alone one cm over ea and ea and every alone dm fraction cubed: ea and ea and every alone one m. over T to the negative at first power dm Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Which of the coming is the smallest volume? 5600 mL 250 cm3 3.0 x 10-2 L 25 m3 Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Which of the coming is the largest volume? 4.0 x 101 m3 3.8 x 107 cm3 3.8 x 105 dm3 3.8 x 108 mm3 Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Convert 2.0 mm3 to the unit m3. 2.0 x 10-3 m3 2.0 x 10-9 m3 2.0 x 10-6 m3 2.0 x 103 m3 Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Which of the coming is equal to 3.0 Liters? 300 mL 3000 cm3 30 m3 30000 mm3 Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Which of the coming is not a step in the conversion of 1.3 dam3 to L? fraction cubed: T to the negative third power L over ea and ea and every alone mL one mL over ea and ea and every alone Cu. cm fraction cubed: ea and ea and every alone cm over T to the negative s. power m fraction Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Which of the coming fractions can be used in the conversion of 32 m3 to the unit mm3? fraction cubed: ea and ea and every alone mm over T to the negative third power m fraction cubed: ea and ea and every alone m over T to the negative third power mm one mm over T to the negative third power m ten to the negative third power m over ea and ea and every alone mm

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The student found fact that 25.0 cm cubed of ammonia solution reacted ea and ea and every around w. 32.0cm cubed of sulfuric acid of concentration 0.05 moles per Cu. decimetre. The equation fact that represents this reaction is H2SO4 + 2NH3 -> (NH4)2SO4 Calculate the concentration of this ammonia solution in moles per Cu. decimetre AND use your answer to calculate the concentration of ammonia in grams per Cu. decimetre. RElative formula mass of ammonia is 17. Could you please key on your work :) Thanks such that much!

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1. Unit 13, Lessons 1-2 A toy box measures 8 inches on the part of 2.6 inches on the part of 5 inches. What is the volume of the toy box? A. 15.6 inches B. 15.6 in.Â² C. 15.6 in.Â³ D. 104 in.Â² E. 104 in.Â³ 2. Unit 13, Lessons 3-4 Calculate the volume of a cylinder fact that has a diameter of 8 inches and a h. of 3 inches. A. 24 in.Â³ B. 151 in.Â³ C. 604 in.Â³ D. 75 in.Â³ E. 43 in.Â³ 3. Unit 12, Lesson 1 Simplify: A. 13/8 B. 8/13 C. 32/84 D. 64/169 4. Unit 12 Lesson 4 The lengths of the legs of a r. triangle are 15 cm and 20 cm. What is the perimeter of the triangle? Note: You will need to use the Pythagorean theorem come across the hypotenuse A. 35 cm B. 25 cm C. 60 cm D. 300 cm E. 20 cm 5. Unit 12 Lesson 8 The length of the shorter leg of a 30Â°-60Â°-90Â° triangle is equal to 6 inches. What is the length of its hypotenuse? Page 412 is very helpful. A. 3 inches B. 6 inches C. 9 inches D. 12 inches E. 15 inches 6. Unit 13 Lesson 1 Find the ñ. of a cube whose sides ea measure 12 cm. Express the answer in liters. Page 427 can help you w. the the remote step. A. 36 L B. 3.6 L C. 1.728 L D. 1728 L E. 144 L F. .144 L 8. AIMS Prep A r. cylinder has a h. of 5 inches and a radius of 7 inches. What is its volume in terms of ? A. 35 ? Cu. inches B. 175 ? Cu. inches C. 245 ? Cu. inches D. 12 ? Cu. inches E. 875 ? Cu. inches 9. AIMS Prep A square has an area of 16 cmÂ². Calculate the length of its diagonal to the nearest 10th of a ñ.. Page 411 will be helpful after you find the length of the side of the square. A. 6.4 cm B. 5.7 cm C. 8 cm D. 4 centimeters E. 64 cm

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