Q: 1000 cm cubed of water fills a how many liter container?

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You have your units mixed up. One milliliter (ml) equals one cubic centimeter (cc.) One cc of water at 4°C has a mass of one gram (g.) Kilo is the multiplier that means x1000. Therefore 1000 ml (or cc) of water has a mass of 1000 g or 1 Kilogram (Kg.)

Here's how to proceed:Fill container B with 3 liters.Pour the 3 liters from container B into container A.Fill container B again with 3 liters.Carefully pour from container B into container A, until container A is full.Container A already had 3 liters, so it only takes 2 more liters to fill it to 5 liters, leaving 1 liter remaining in container B.

2 liters and 1/2 liter = 2,500 milliliters, IF he filled both of them.

That depends what substance you have a kilogram of.A kilogram of air fills many many cc.A kilogram of water fills only 1,000 cc (1 liter).A kilogram if ice fills a few more cc than a kilogram of water does.A kilogram of lead, gold, or rock fills only a small number of cc.

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1 000 000 (cu centimeters) = 1 000 liters

There is most likely a more efficient way to do this, but this is the best I can do for now.Notation: ( x , y ) where x is the amount of water in the 5-liter container and y is the amount of water in the 7-liter container1. Fill the five-liter container ( 5 , 0 )2. Pour the five-liter container into the seven-liter container ( 0 , 5 )3. Fill the five-liter container ( 5 , 5 )4. Fill the seven-liter container with the five-liter container, leaving 3 liters in the five-liter container ( 3 , 7 )5. Pour out the seven-liter container ( 3 , 0 )6. Pour the five-liter container into the seven-liter container ( 0 , 3 )7. Fill the five-liter container ( 5 , 3 )8. Fill the seven-liter container with the five-liter container, leaving 1 liter in the five-liter container ( 1 , 7 )9. Pour out the seven-liter container ( 1 , 0 )10. Pour the five-liter container into the seven-liter container ( 0 , 1 )11. Fill the five-liter container ( 5 , 1 )12. Pour the five-liter container into the seven-liter container ( 0 , 6 )

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Yes, a 60000cm³ container can hold 50 liters of water. 1 liter is equal to 1000cm³, so 50 liters would be 50,000cm³. Since 50,000cm³ is less than 60,000cm³, the container can hold 50 liters of water.

You have your units mixed up. One milliliter (ml) equals one cubic centimeter (cc.) One cc of water at 4°C has a mass of one gram (g.) Kilo is the multiplier that means x1000. Therefore 1000 ml (or cc) of water has a mass of 1000 g or 1 Kilogram (Kg.)

It is 33 fluid ounces.

In a container, easily.

No, compost is bulky and will have air-spaces. So less compost can be packed into the litre container. Water is a liquid and will fill the container completely, and will be heavier.

343 litres.

cm squared is a measure of area.cm cubed is the measure of volume.1 liter = 1000 cm cubed.So 1 liter of water = 1000 cm3 of water.

As illustrated in the 1995 movie Die Hard 3 (Bruce Willis, Samuel K. Jackson), you can measure out exactly 7 liters in the following manner:Fill the 5 liter container, then use that 5 liters to fill the 3 liter container.Dump out the 3 liter container.What was left in the 5 gallon container is 2 liters. Pour this into the 3 liter container.Fill the 5 liter container again.You now have 7 liters : 5 in the large container and 2 in the smaller one.