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 A rectangular box filled with oil 2017-04-11 From morpal:we want to calculate volume of rectangular box height 1275mm and lengths 2400mm and breadth 1270mm and oil s. gravity is .950 how much kg. of oil i can storeAnswered by Penny Nom. Finding Specific Heat of a Substance 2009-12-26 From erin:Hi- 2 kg metal requires 1.00 X 10^4 J of heat to raise its temperature from 20 degrees C to 40 degrees C. What is the specific heat capacity of the metal?Answered by Janice Cotcher. Sawdust 2009-09-29 From joel:What is the density of saw dustAnswered by Harley Weston. How do I convert milliliters(powder form) to grams? 2007-06-28 From ed:How do I convert milliliters(powder form) to gramsAnswered by Harley Weston. How much does 1300cc of liquid weigh? 2006-04-28 From Debra:How much does 1300cc of liquid weigh, and how is the formula equated?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 1/4 tsp salt = ??? grams 2004-11-16 From Julie:if i have 1/4 teaspoon of salt how many grams does that equalAnswered by Penny Nom. Lead weights 2004-01-26 From Jeff:I am making a mold for my decoy anchors. I need 10 - 12 lead ounce weights. How would I determine the liquid measurement for that weight? For example if I melted down 10 ounces of lead how many cups would that be or quarter cups etc? I would like the formula if I could and good instructions on how to use the formula.Answered by Penny Nom. A fish tank 2003-11-26 From Bill:How do I work out the volume and weight of water in a fish tank that is 36in x 14in x 12in?Answered by Penny Nom. Density 2003-02-19 From Rob:What is the formula for converting cubic feet to pounds? (with any substance)Answered by Penny Nom. Specific heat 1999-12-22 From Irena:In transferring 1260J of heat to water, the temperature of 0.20 kg of mercury falls 50 K. Calculate the specific heat capacity of mercury using the equation C= Q/(m)(delta t) i know that Q= -1260J because it's loosing heat and m= 0.2kg and since i have to use 'C i have to convert Kelvins into Celsius (i also know that 'C has to be negative since it looses heat)...Answered by Harley Weston.

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