600 cubic cm
It is: 2*20*10 = 400 cubic cm
2 x 20 x 10 =400 cubic centimetres.
5cm * 5cm * 10cm = 250 cm3
V = 10cm * 6cm * 5cm = 300cm3
6cm x 7cm x 20cm = 840cm3
To find the volume, you multiply height X Width X Length. In this case, 5 X 10 X 10. The answer is 500 cubic centimeters.
volume=10 multiplied by 7 and 5=350 cubic cm
The volume is 1,000 cubic cm
2*15*10 = 300 cubic cm
The Width is 20cm, or 8 inches. The foul bord is 10cm or 4 inches.
length x width x height. So if you had an object that was 10cm long, 10cm wide and 10 heigh the volume would be 1000 cm3
A cube with a side length of 10 cm has a volume of 1000 cubic cm
In inches 20cm is approximately 7.87402. To convert centimetres to inches, the length value must be divided by 2.54.
The answer will depend on the country whose pennies you have in mind. Since you have not shared that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
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Guinea pigs can grow up to about 20cm-25cm and some species of hamsters can grow up to about 10cm-15cm. Therefore a guinea pig is the larger animal of the two by quite a long way!
1000 cm3That'd be one liter.1,000 cm310cm x 10cm x 10cm = 1000 cm3 = 1 litreThe formula for volume of a cube is side length3. 103=10*10*10=10001 litreThe volume of a cube that is 10 cm long is: 1,000 cubic cm
Assuming that the solid is a cuboid (not an ellipsoid, for example), its volume is 10*1*5 = 50 cm3. Therefore its density = mass/volume = 500/50 = 10 grams per cm3
1 meter is 5 x 20cm
in inch 20cm = 7.8740 inches thank you!
5 times 20cm = 1 meter