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We can use the relationship:

there is 100cm in 1m and 1000m in 1km

so that means there is 100,000cm in 1km

and if you cube that (100,000x100,000x100,000)

which equals 1,000,000,000,000,000 (fifteen zero's)

you pronounce it one thousand, million, million.

(i know it sounds stupid but I'm told that's right!!)

Q: How many cm cubed in a km cubed?

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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.

358 / 1000,000 = 3.58 x 10^-4 m^3 NB There are one million ( 1,000,000) cm^3 in 1 m^3

8,407,437,756,430.091Km cubed x 100,000. I think.

There are: 30 km

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1 in^3 = 16.387 cm^3

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1 centimeters cubed = 1000 millimeters cubed

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1 metre cubed is 100 cm cubed so 1,000,000

1, its kinda obvious, you sort of answered your own question there...

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