answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

12

User Avatar

Anonymous

Lvl 1
3y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: How many millillliters of water would it take to fill 12-cm3 box explain your work?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

How many milliliter of water would fill a 12cm3 box?

1728


Would filter paper be useful for spreading a sugar and water solution explain?

No.


The water on planet earth recycles all the time-how would you explain that?

yes


What would happen if you put a fresh water fish in the ocean?

Explain what would happen if a piece of seaweed from the ocean was placed in a fresh water aquarium?


What was Angus tuck trying to explain tho Winnie at the pond?

Angus was trying to explain to Winnie that when you drank the water you would always be a kid


How would you explain the temperature rise in the water?

The temperature rise because of the gangnam dance


What kind of experiment would explain separation of salt water solution?

evaporation or boiling!!!


If you were a joule how would you explain the temperature rise in the water?

As a joule, I would explain that when energy is transferred to water, its molecules gain kinetic energy, causing them to move faster and increasing the temperature. This is because the energy input raises the average kinetic energy of the water molecules, leading to a temperature rise.


How would water powered cars help the environment?

Water -powered cars. You must explain how these would work, because I'm not aware of any "water-powered" engines capable of moving an automobile.


Would a plant be able to grow and live if it did not have one of the water air sun explain?

No because it needs water air and sunlight to live.


What law would explain why a beaker of water swung around on a tray don't spill?

Circular motion


Explain how life would be if it had not been invented?

there would be no life. earth would just be... earth! without ANYTHING! that includes water, soil, sand... etc.