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millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometres cubed or mm3, cm3, m3 and km3

It depends on the amount. Very little: mm3 Drinking Glass: cm3 Pools: m3 Oceans: km3

1 km3=1015cm3

1,000 mm3 in one mL.

16.7 cm3 is 16,700 mm3

45*20*20cm=180,000 mm318,000 cm31,800 dm3180 m318 Dm31.8 hm30.18 km3* * * * *18,000 cm3 is correct but all the other numbers are wrong.1 cm = 10 mm so 1 cm3 = 10 mm * 10 mm * 10 mm = 1000 mm3so the correct values are 18,000,000 mm3 or 0.018 m3.And 1.8*10-11 km3 , the correct answer is a billionth of the rubbish given in the prvious answer!

There are 10 mm in a cm Therefore 1 cm3 is (10 X 10 X10) mm3 = 1000 mm3

1 ml = 1 cc = 1000 mm3 therefore 500ml = 5,000,000 mm3 = 5*106 mm3

49 with room to spare.The volume of the moon is about:2.1958 × 1010 km3The volume of earth is about:1.08321×1012 km31.08321 X 1012 km3 / 2.1958 × 1010 km3 =~ 49.3

0,003

0.000000001

4.4-11.3 White Blood Cells/mm3

500 cells/mm3 to 1,000 cells/mm3 CD4 T cells

2,50,000/mm3

37.7 of them.

1cm3 = 1ml 1000 mm3 because (10mm*10mm*10mm) = 1cm3 1 mm3 = 0,001 cm3 I think the answer is 0,001 ml hope will be usefull

1.67x10-2 cm3

One million.

The Planets of the Solar System in Order by Size:Jupiter (1.43 x 1015 km3)Saturn (8.27 x 1014 km3)Uranus (6.83 x 1013 km3)Neptune (6.25 x 1013 km3)Earth (1.08 x 1012 km3)Venus (9.28 x 1011 km3)Mars (1.63 x 1011 km3)Mercury (6.08 x 1010 km3)

4.585 km^3

A liter is a measure of volume, a millimeter is a measure of distance. You cannot directly compare them. If you wanted to convert 2.5 liters to cubic millimeters, however: 1 L = 1,000,000 mm3 2.5 L * 1,000,000 mm3 / L = 2,500,000 mm3 = 2.5 * 106 mm3

Mercury's volume = 0.056 x Earths (6.08x1010 km3) Venus' volume = 0.857 x Earths (9.38x1011 km3) (Earth) volume = 1 x Earths (1.08x1012 km3) Mars' volume = 0.151 x Earths (1.63x1011 km3) Jupiter's volume = 1321.3 x Earths (1.43x1015 km3) Saturn's volume = 763.59 x Earths (8.2713x1014 km3) Uranus' volume = 63.086 x Earths (6.833x1013 km3) Neptune's volume = 57.74 x Earths (6.254x1013 km3)

2,50,000/mm3

2,000 mm3

8.08 x 102 mm3