Q: How do you write centimetres cubed?

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no, 100 centimetres cubed (that's a cube with each side 100 centimetres, not cubic centimetres) equals one cubic metre

A rectangle is a plane figure and so cannot have a volume. It can have an area, but the area would be square centimetres not cm cubed. Furthermore, the base should have a length, which should be expressed in centimetres, and not centimetres cubed. Alternatively, the question concernes a rectangular cuboid, whose volume IS 420.75 cm cubed. Its base has an area of 49.5 square centimetres. Given all this uncertainty in the question, it cannot be answered in a meaningful way.

When something is cubed it is written as:X3

4 cubed is 43 2 cubed is 23 etc

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Centimetres squared is a measure of area. Metres cubed is a measure of volume. If one has X centimetres squared as the area of the base of an object, and the object has a height of Y centimetres then the volume of the object is XY centimetres cubed. 1 metre contains 100 centimetres. 1 metre squared contains 100 x 100 = 10,000 centimetres squared 1 metre cubed contains 100 x 100 x 100 = 1,000,000 centimetres cubed

1 metre is 100 centimetres. 1 cubic metre is 100 centimetres times 100 centimetres times 100 centimetres. 1 cubic metre is 1,000,000 cubic centimetres.

Cubic or cubed eg volume is measured in cubic centimetres, sometimes referred to as centimetres cubed (cm3)

no, 100 centimetres cubed (that's a cube with each side 100 centimetres, not cubic centimetres) equals one cubic metre

You cannot

a millilitre is the same as centimetres cubed so 6450 :)

A rectangle is a plane figure and so cannot have a volume. It can have an area, but the area would be square centimetres not cm cubed. Furthermore, the base should have a length, which should be expressed in centimetres, and not centimetres cubed. Alternatively, the question concernes a rectangular cuboid, whose volume IS 420.75 cm cubed. Its base has an area of 49.5 square centimetres. Given all this uncertainty in the question, it cannot be answered in a meaningful way.

Centimetres and kilograms cannot be compared, centimetres is the measurement of length, and kilograms is the measurement of weight.

There are 75 millilitres in 75 cm3

There are 1000 millilitres in a litre.

30 centimetres = 0.3 metres. Cubed ---- 0.3 * 0.3 * 0.3 = 0.027 So a 30cm cube contains 0.027 cubic metres

When something is cubed it is written as:X3