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Q: Change ML units into cc's-medical question?
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Change units into cc's-medical question?

You don't say which units you want to change into cc's, so how can I give an answer? 100 units = 1 cc or 1 mL

How do you convert 1.5cc to ml?

1 cc = 1 ml so you simply change the units.

What units is volume measured in?

Almost always liters (L). Careful of the units that the question is asking for though. If it wants its answer in mL, you would have to convert the L to mL after solving.

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5 units of 1 ml are in 5 ml.

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How do you change 82ml into liters?

Dividing the number of ml by 1000 changes the units from milliliters to liters, so 82 ml equal 0.082 l.

How many units in 10 milliliter?

100 units per ml. so it would be 1000 units in 10 ml.

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Convert 100 mL to kL?

In terms of converting units, 1000-milliliters (mL) equal 1-liter (L). A kiloliter equals 1000-liters. Also 100-mL equals .100-L. Therefore, we can change the units to know that 100-ml is the same as .0001-kiloliters (kL).

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