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Q: Does one liter equal the volume of a ten cube ten centimeters on each side?

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Yes, it absolutely is.

Any volume can be measured in cc (cubic centimeters), a cube one centimeter on a side also equal to a milliliter (one thousandth of a liter).

1 liter = 1000 cubic centimeters. The cube root of 1000 is 10.

The volume of a cube of the length 10 centimeters times width 10 centimeters times height 10 centimeters is 1000 cubic centimeters and also 1 liter.

A liter is one cubic decimeter-- i.e., a cube 10 centimeters on a side, or 1000 cubic centimeters total.

A liter is one cubic decimeter-- i.e., a cube 10 centimeters on a side, or 1000 cubic centimeters total.

The volume of a cube with an edge of 5 centimeters is: 125 cm3

The volume of a cube 3 centimeters times 3 centimeters times 3 centimeters = 27 cubic centimeters.

The volume of a cube of 14 centimeters times 14 centimeters times 14 centimeters = 2744 cubic centimeters.

The volume of a cube with edge lengths of 4.8 centimeters is: 110.6 cm3

A liter is 1,000 cc's.

The volume of a 125cm cube is: 1,950 liters

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