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# How do you calculate 60 cc in cm?

Updated: 4/28/2022

Wiki User

8y ago

The cc is an abbreviation for cubic centimetres.

Thus 60 cc is 60 cubic centimetres, and a measure of volume.

I'm not sure what you mean by "calculate...in cm"; do you mean:

• what is 60 cc in cm³, in which case it is already in cm³, ie 60 cc = 60 cu cm = 60 cm³ - they are just different ways of writing exactly the same thing;
• what are the dimensions of an object with a volume of 60 cc, in which case it doesn't matter what the shape of the object is as long as its volume is 60 cc; eg it could be a cuboid 1cm×1cm×60cm or 1cm×2cm×30cm or 3cm×4cm×5cm or ½cm×2cm×60cm etc, or it could be a sphere of radius approx 2.429 cm, etc
• if you mean what is 60 cm³ in cm then the two are not compatible and the question is nonsense and unanswerable: cm³ is a measure of volume with three dimensions whereas cm is a measure of length which only has one dimension.

Wiki User

8y ago

Wiki User

8y ago

You cannot, since there can be no conversion. A centimetre (cm) is a measure of length in 1-dimensional space while a cubic centimetre (cc) is a measure of volume in 3-dimensional space. The two measure different characteristics and, according to the most basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at comparisons or conversions between the two are fundamentally flawed.