That IS the math problem - the question how many cubic centimeters are in a cubic meter.
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I assume that with "capacity" you mean the measurement that is officially known as "volume". The standard unit of volume is the cubic meter. The liter (1/1000 of a cubic meter) and the milliliter = cubic centimeter (1/1000 of a liter) are also often used.
It should be spelled "centimeter," "decimeter," "meter," and "kilometer." centimeter = 1/100 of a meter decimeter = 1/10 of a meter kilometer = 1000 meters These are all units of length based off the SI unit meter.
Meter, liter, millimeter, milliliter, centimeter.
One meter is 100 cm, you do the math.
Look up centi and meter and you may find centi meaning hundredth, and meter the basic unit to measure length. So centimeter meas hundredth of a meter.
A cubic centimeter can be represented as cc or cm3. The symbol cc is used most commonly in medicine. The symbol cm3 is used most commonly in science and math.
In the metric system, the same units are used for volume, whether you measure liquids, solids, or gases. Commonly used units include the cubic meter, the cubic decimeter (or liter), and the cubic centimeter (or milliliter).
Length: meter Math: I guess you mean "mass". That would be the kilogram. Volume: cubic meter
km-kilometer, m-meter, cm-centimeter, mm-milimeter
The meter is the standard measure. A decimeter is one tenth of a meter. A centimeter is one tenth of a decimeter or one hundreth of a meter. A millimeter is one tenth of a centimeter, one hundreth of a decimeter, and one thousandth of a meter.