It only takes one . . . (1,000 meters/km)3 .
you cannot convert the volume of a cylinder from squared to cubed. the volume is always cubed. the area is squared
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
X cubed - X cubed is zero.
12 cubed is 1728
divide number by 1000
Meters cannot be converted to meters cubed, one is a measurement of length, and one is a measurement of volume.
Divide by 10^3
multiply by 28.3
Here's how I do it. You may find another procedure that you like better.-- take the number of meters cubed-- multiply it by 35.3147-- the answer is feet cubed in the same area
Conversion: cm cubed per minute x 1.67 × 10^-8 = cubic meters per second.
I meter is 100 centimeters to go from centimeters cubed to meters cubes you divide by 100 cubed; so for example 1000 cubic centimeters is 1000 divided by 100 cubed or 0.001 cubic meters
You divide that by a million, which is equal to 1003.
There is no direct transfer of meters per second to meters cubed per second. Meters per second is velocity, meters cubed per second is volumetric flow. If it is fluids in a channel or pipe and you knoe the area of the fluid flow then you can use Flowrate = Area x Velocity
one m3 is equal to 1000 KL, so to convert KL to m3 we divide the number by a thousand.
You can't convert that - it just doesn't make sense.