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Q: How many liters of water can be contained in a tank measuring 10cm long by 10cm wide by 10cm high?

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285.6 liters. A liter is 10cm x 10cm x 10cm. So all you have to do is multiply 14 x 6 x 3.4 to get the number of liters.

Centimetres are for lengths and distances, and liters are for volume, so there is no equivalence at all. A box 10cm x 10cm x 42cm has a volume of 4.2 liters

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Vol = 0,1 x Height in cm.

350ml of water = 350g 1000ml = 10cm x 10cm x 10cm of water = 1000 gram

A cube with a side length of 10cm has a volume of 1000cm3 which equates to 1 Liter.

1000 cm

Area of small square = 1cm * 1cm = 1 cm2 Area of larger square = 10cm * 10cm = 100 cm2 Number of small squares in larger square = 100/1 = 100.

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It is: 10*10*10 = 1000 cubic cm

A rectangular prism is just a box or cuboid So the capacity is 5cm x 4cm x 10cm = 200cm3

Every thing is in 10's, and 1 Liter of water measures 10cm X 10cm X 10cm and weighs 1 kg

This cant be answer because we need to know which is the height and which is the length .

they are all part of the decimal system.One litre is 1,000 cubic centimetres (1000cc) or a cube that measures 10cm x 10cm x 10cm.Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/How_is_the_liter_related_to_the_meter#ixzz1VqSh7TUR

It is: 2*20*10 = 400 cubic cm

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place on end of what you're measuring at 0, and note where the other end is. example, when measuring a pencil, place one end at 0, and the other end should be at around 10cm

1dm=10cm Therefore; 1dm.1dm.1dm=10cm.10cm.10cm 1dm3=1000cm3

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Two litres of fuel will fit in a container 10cm x 10cm x 20cm.A cubic meter of liquid is 1000 liters, plus you need expansion space...a 2200-liter tank would hold it, but 2500 liters is a standard size so get that one.

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4200 litres A litre is a cube of water 10cm (0.1m) on a side. This makes a liter equal to 1e-3 cubic meters, and means there's a thousand litres in every cubic meter.