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2 cubic meters is 2,000 liters.

50 kg/metre3

1000 kg/ 2 m3 = 500 kg per cubic meter density or 0.5 g/cm3 or approximately half the density of water

There are about 4,168,181,825 cubic meters in a cubic mileFor reference:1 mile = 1,609.344 meters1 mile^2 = 2,589,988 meters^21 mile^3 = 4, 168, 181,825 meters^3

The block has a density of 500 kg/m3

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Using SI units, the two units for density are kilograms and cubic meters. Density is defined as the ratio of the mass in kilograms to the volume in cubic meters. So density is given as kilogram per cubic meters.

2 cubic meters is 2,000 liters.

2 litres = 2000 cubic centimetres. This will have a mass of between 1.9168 and 2 kilograms, depending on the temperature.

It could be with a material of the correct density. 2 tons = 4000 pounds = 1814 kg. Divide by 5 cubic meters. So if you have a density of 362.8 kg/m3 = 0.3628 g/cm3 then 5 cubic meters would have a mass of 2 tons.

50 kg/metre3

1000 kg/ 2 m3 = 500 kg per cubic meter density or 0.5 g/cm3 or approximately half the density of water

Apart from calculating the volume, you would also have to know the density. Then, multiply the volume by the density.For example: A cubical water tank has 2 meters on every side. That makes for a volume of 8 cubic meters.The density of water is 1000 kg / cubic meter, so in the end result you have (8 cubic meters) x (1000 kg / cubic meter) = 8000 kg.

I don't know what your units are, so let me assume they are m (meters) 2m x 8m x 10m = 160 cubic meters of material can fit into that cube. The standard substance that is used to relate metric measurements to each other is water. The "gram" was defined as the mass (not weight, but similar) of one cubic centimeter of water at normal temperature. There are 1 million cubic centimeters in a cubic meter, so a cubic meter of water would have a mass of 1 million grams, or 1,000 kilograms, or 1 metric ton. To obtain the mass of 1 cubic meter of some other substances, simply multiply the specific gravity of the substance by the mass of a cubic meter of water

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