50cm is 0.5 metres
1 cm cubed = 1 cm X 1 cm X 1 cm 1 cm = .01 m, so 1 cm cubed = .01 m X .01 m X .01 m Therefore, 1 cm cubed = .000001 m cubed, and 243 cm cubed = 243 X .000001 = .000243 m cubed. In summary, multiply cm cubed by .000001 to get m cubed.
multiply 0.65 m cubed by 1.15 and you'll get 1 m cubed.
This depends on the density of the rock. Density is measured in terms of kilograms per meter cubed, so if you know the density, then you have your answer.
To convert 1 mm cubed to 1 m cubed simply remember that you also have to cube your conversion factor. This means that your equation is 1 mm^3(1 m/10^3 mm)^3. 1 mm cubed = 1.0 x 10^-9 m cubed.
13440 cm cubed.
1 ml=1cm^3 so you have 50cm^3
50cm added to 50cm = 100
"m cubed" is meters cubed or cubic meters (always abbreviated m3). It is a unit of volume.
50 centimetres = 0.5 metre
Area of each tile = 50cm*50cm = 2500 cm2. Area to be covered = 2 m * 2 m = 200 cm * 200 cm = 40000 cm2 So, number of tiles required = 40000/2500 = 16
20cm by 20cm by 50cm
Fill a market beaker to a specific measured volume. (Eg. 50cm cubed, make sure you have not filled the beaker with water). Now place the object in the beaker with water. The water level should rise (Eg. from 50cm cubed to 60cm cubed). The difference in the original volume and the final volume is the volume of the object. That is the water displacement method.
50cm is half of 1m
1 m = 100 cm 50 cm / 100 cm = x m / 1 m x = 1/2 m Therefore, two 50cm pieces can be cut in 1 meter.
0.0005 cubic metres.
All you gosta do is 78.5/1000000= .0000785
one billion because 1000 m = 1 km so there are 10003 = 1 billion meters cubed in a kilometer cubed.
3.5m-50cm = -46.5
1m 50cm or 1.5m