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1 cm * 1 cm * 550 cm

10 cm * 10 cm * 5.5 cm

1 m * 1 m * 0.055 cm


1 cm * 2 cm * 275 cm

1 cm * 20 cm * 27.5 cm

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Q: What are the dimensions of a box that has a volume of 550 ml?
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How many cubic centimeters in 550 ml?

550 cc - A cc (cubic centimeter) and a mL (milliliter) are equal to each other in terms of volume.

How many ml in 550 grams?

550 ml is equal to 550 grams.

How many ml of water would fill a box with the dimensions of 35cm x 20cm x 5cm?

Volume = 35cm x 20cm x 5cm = 3,500 cm3 = 3,500 ml

How much is 550g converted into ml?

550 grams of water is 550 ml

How many ml in a small bottle?

Of course, depending on the dimensions of the bottle: a bottle with a volume of 5-100 mL is considered small.

The volume of a box that's nine centimeters long six centimeters wide and three centimeters high is?

To find the volume of a rectangular solid (just like your box), you multiply the dimensions of Length, Width and Height. For your question: Volume = Length * Width * Height Volume = (9 cm) * (6 cm) * (3 cm) Volume = 162 cm3 To take this to a slightly higher level, you can give your answer in other units, recalling that 1 mL = 1 cm3, and you get the Volume = 162 mL

How many cups of water is equal to 550 cc?

1 cc is 1 millilitre (ml) of water 550 cc = 550 ml of water 250 ml = 1 cup 550 ml divided by 250 ml/cup = 2.2 (or 2 1/5) cups of water

What do fl oz and ml have in common?

Both are units of volume or capacity, and have the dimensions of (length)3.

How do you calculate liquid volume in a box shaped container?

You would have to find the volume of the box in cm3 and then change units in to mL's. If the box is not full of the liquid , measure the volume of the box at where the liquid levels off.

How do cm 3 power and ml compare?

Cubic centimeters and milliliters are the same volume. One is length of dimensions and the other is in volume units.

What is the density of a box which is 27 g and has a volume of 3 mL?


How many mL of water is in a box whose volume is 14.0cm cubed?

A box with a volume of 14 cm3 has a capacity of 14 milliliters.

How many mL would fit into 100cm?

You need to know 2 other dimensions to link volume and length

How much is 550 grams in ml?

This is not a valid conversion; milligrams (mg) and grams (g) are measures of weight or mass and mL (milliliters) measures volume.

What is the density of a rock that has volume of 550 cm and mass of 55 g?

Density has the units of mass over volume, therefore your question is posed incorrectly. I suspect you might have meant 550 cubic cm (or cc). Assuming this is the case, dimensional analysis tells you to divide the mass by the volume to get the density.55 g / 550 cc = 0.1 g / ml

How many quarts is 550 milliliter?

550 mL is about 0.581 US quarts.

How many fl oz in 550 cc?

550 cc=550 mL=8.5977125 US fluid ounces

How do you replace battry for 2008 ml 550 Benz?

ok take the ml 550 to the dealer ship of benz and let them chang the battry

How can you convert 550 cm3 to liter?

1 L = 1 000 mLSo 550 mL =0,55 L

How many pints is 550 milliliter?

550 mL is about 1.162 US fluid pints.

Find the volume a shoe box and a pad of paper in cubic centimeters then convert the units to mL?

Well, find the volume of it in cubic centimeters. Since cubic centimeters are the same as mL, you just need to change cm3 to mL. But you need to measure.

How many microlites is 0.55 ml?


00.55 Liters to milliliter?

550 ml

What is 550mL equals to L?

1000 ml = 1 litre ⇒ 550 ml = 550 ÷ 1000 litre = 0.55 litre

6.13 ml to grams?

This question cannot be answered sensibly. A millilitre is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. A gram is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. It takes only a little mental effort to compare a ml of air and a ml of lead to see that the two will have very different masses.

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