Q: How do you find the depth in centimeters?

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First make sure that the bullet did not penetrate completly throught the material. Then use a thin rod to measure the depth of penetration in centimeters. Find out the type of bullet that penetrated, the gun type used and the material penetrated. Then use these linear equations represented by ballistic fingerprinting to subsitute y for depth of penetration per material. Find x, the energy used.

4x16x20cm= 1280 cubic cm

54 cm

Length X Width X Depth of the tank in centimeters, divided by 1000.

A cube has equal width, depth and height, so in this case the volume would be 2 x 2 x 2 (or 23) = 8 cubic cm (or cm3)

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That depends what its depth is in centimetres.

depth = 3000/(100*60) = 0.5 cm 3000 cm3 = 3 liters total capacity = 100*60*40 = 240000 cm3 = 240 liters

From the people i have asked, it is approximately 99 centimeters by 76 centimeters, with a depth of 80 centimeters. It weighs about 70 kilograms.

Volume = height * width * depth (front-back). 5cm * 6cm * 7cm = 210cm3.

First make sure that the bullet did not penetrate completly throught the material. Then use a thin rod to measure the depth of penetration in centimeters. Find out the type of bullet that penetrated, the gun type used and the material penetrated. Then use these linear equations represented by ballistic fingerprinting to subsitute y for depth of penetration per material. Find x, the energy used.

Multiply the area of the water (in square meters) by the average depth (in meters). Then divide by one thousand to get the volume in liters. For a smaller puddle, multiply the area in square centimeters by the average depth in centimeters; then multiply by one thousand.

4.5 cubic meters

Rain, snow, sleet, hail etc. are typically measured in inches or centimeters of depth.

That would be pretty hard to do. CM2 is used to measure area (length x width) in centimeters, and CM3 is used to measure volume (length x width x height) in centimeters. You can't find out the volume without knowing the height or depth of something.

4.25 cu mtr

Multiply the height by the width by the depth in centimeters. The will give you cubic centimeters. One cubic centimeter = 1 milliliter. Divide by 1000 and you have volume in liters.

centimeters