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Converting kilograms to cubic metres 2010-07-16
From Ilai:
I want to convert kg to cubic metre
Answered by Penny Nom.
650g+2kg+195g=how many kg 2008-12-11
From christian:
650g+2kg+195g=how many kg
Answered by Penny.
Converting mass and volume of water 2007-05-10
From Shian:
Hello please help, I just can't seem to get the convertion thing and my mom tried to help but I still don't get it. How many grams does 1 milliliter of water weight? I was told 1g. How many grams does 0.1 liter of water weight? I was told 0.1g. Can you tell me if the answers given are correct with an explaination that I can understand? Thank you.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Centimeters to cubic meters and grams to kilograms 2007-02-14
From Colleen:
A box of balls measures 120cm by 20cm by 20cm and weighs 48 g.
One thousand boxes = x cubic meters and weighs x kilograms.
Also, one million boxes = x cubic metes and weighs x kilograms.
One billion boxes = x cubic meters and weighs x kilograms. Solve for x.

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Conversion of units 2002-04-29
From Matt:
I am having trouble finding a workable equation for the following problem, particularly the conversion of two systems of measurement.

The question states that there are 27 grams of salt in a kilogram of seawater. And it asks how many tonnes (1 tonne = 1000 kilograms) of salt are there in one cubic kilometer of ocean. It also says that the density of seawater is 1.1 g/cm3.

What is the equation and how do I figure out how many kilograms there are in a cubic kilometre?

Answered by Harley Weston.
300 pounds 2001-09-12
From Cassie:
Answered by Penny Nom.



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