Q: How big is a 1.50 cm mass?

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cm x cm x cm is a measure of volume, not mass and it is impossible to convert from one to the other.

1 dm = 1 cm so 150 dm = 10*150 cm = 1500 cm.

150 cm/1 km = 150/100,000 = 3/2000

150 cm because 1m=100cm

Whether in English or otherwise, you cannot have a mass of 4.7 cm by 4.5 cm. A square cm (cm times cm) is a measure of area, with dimensions [L2]. Mass has dimensions [M]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions without additional information.

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150" = 381 cm

since it is balanced the net moment about the pivot is zero. The meter stick center of gravity mass is at the 50 cm point, or 25 cm to the right of the pivot. 150 x 25 = mass of stick x 25 ; so mass is also 150 grams

1.9 cm cannot describe a mass. A mass must be 3-dimesional object, 1.9 cm givs the measure of only 1-dimension.

If 150 / x = 66, then x = 2.2727 cmSuppose the length is L cm.Then 150*L cm = 66 cmSo L cm = 66 cm/150 = 66/150 cm = 0.44 cm = 4.4 mm.

cm x cm x cm is a measure of volume, not mass and it is impossible to convert from one to the other.

Big as the height of 150 cm (60 in), a weight of over 9 kg (20 lbs)

1 dm = 1 cm so 150 dm = 10*150 cm = 1500 cm.

If a circle has a circumference of 150 cm, its radius is 150/(2*pi) = 23.87 cm (approx)

150 mm = 15 cm

150 in * 2.54 (cm/in) = 381 cm 381 cm * 1/100 (m/cm) = 3.81 m 150 in = 3.81 m

150 cm is equal too ;1500mm1.5m0.0015km59.055 inch1.64 yards4.95 ft

150 cm/1 km = 150/100,000 = 3/2000