1200 l of water is 1,200,000 cubic centimetres of water which is 1.2 cubic metres of water.
A 1200 cc engine displaces about 73.2 cubic inches.
under rocks and near cold water or in soil.
Strictly speaking, the volume of water will increase. For example, if you have a 200 gram chunk of ice floating in 1000 ml of water, the volume of the water itself is 1000 ml. When the ice melts, the volume of water will be 1200 ml. However, if you're asking whether the water level in the container will go up or down, the answer is "neither." The ice displaces an amount of water equal to the mass of the ice. When the ice melts, the mass does not chance, so the amount of the original water displaced by the melted ice does not change. Hence, the water level will remain the same.
The liquid volume in a 6-inch pipe 1200 meters long is: 5,782.7 US gallons.
At What temprature do rocks melt in to lava? between 600-1200 degrees Celsius
the cc stands for cubic centimeters, so 1200 cc is the total displacement of the engine. It is the total volume, that the cylinders would displace for each stroke. For example. Suppose you have 4 cylinders in an engine. If each cylinder displaces 300cc for each stroke ( from Top dead centre to bottom dead centre), then it equals 1200cc for 4 cylinders.
1200 cubic feet.
Yes. 1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume. So, 1200mL = 1200cc
Volume of prism: 100 times 12 = 1200 cubic units
Pints are a measure of volume whereas ounces are a measure of weight. So the volume that 1200 oz occupies will depend upon the density of the substance.If you meant 1200 fluid ounces, then:In UK, 20 fl oz = 1 ptâ‡’ 1200 fl oz = 1200 Ã· 20 pt = 60 ptIn USA, 16 fl oz = 1 ptâ‡’ 1200 fl oz = 1200 Ã· 16 pt = 75 pt