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# What is the weight of 1 cubic metre of sand?

Dry sand commonly has a density of between 1400-1600 kg/m3 depending on it's level of compaction. Therefore a cubic metre of sand will have a mass of between 1400 and 1600 kg… and a weight of between 13,734 and 15,696 Newtons. (MORE)

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# How many gallons of water to a cubic metre of water?

264.2 There are 264.2 gallons in 1 cubic meter.

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# How many cubic metres in a liter?

There are 1000 liters in a cubic meter, so 1 liter is 0.001 cubic meters.

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# What You Should Know About Cubic Zirconia

Cubic zirconia is an inexpensive synthetic gemstone that looks very much like a diamond. Cubic zirconia is often found in jewelry, such as earrings, rings, and pendants. The g…emstone is synthetic, meaning it is not a raw refined stone, but rather man-made instead. This particular gem is manufactured in a (MORE)

# Shopping for the Perfect Diamond Engagement Ring

Whether it's an emerald, baguette or princess cut diamond; in a channel, prong or pave setting; with a yellow gold, white gold or a platinum band, selecting the perfect diamon…d engagement ring can be overwhelming. While selecting the right engagement ring is very much a matter of personal taste, there (MORE)

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# 5 Best Platinum Anniversary Gifts

Your platinum anniversary is a major milestone, and it deserves a special gift. You have just completed 70 years of your relationship. For most, 70 years is an entire life spa…n, and this is no small accomplishment. Chances are, in these years, you may have created a large family of (MORE)

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# How many liters in a cubic metre?

Look, 1cm3=1ml If you know this you can find the others such as 1m3 This is how.. 1cm3=1ml but 1m3=1000000 cm3 therefore, 1/1000000m3=1ml therefore,1m3=1000000ml i.e.…1m3=1000000/1000 litre =1000 litres got it?? Answer 2: 1 m = 100 cm 1 cm^3 = 1 mL 1 L = 1,000 mL Therefore: "a cubic metre" = 1 m * 1 m * 1 m = 100 cm * 100 cm * 100 cm 1 m^3 = 1,000,000 cm^3 (since 1 mL = 1 cm^3, we get the following) 1 m^3 = 1,000,000 cm^3 * (1 mL / 1 cm^3) (Note: cm^3 cancel) 1 m^3 = 1,000,000 mL 1 m^3 = 1,000,000 mL * (1 L / 1,000 mL) (Note: mL cancel) 1 m^3 = 1,000 L ^ This means: 1 cubic metre = 1,000 liters (MORE)

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# How many cubic yards in a cubic metre?

Answer 1 inch = 2.54 cm. There are 36 inches in a yard. So, 36 x 36 x 36 = number of cubic inches in a cubic yard. Therefore, 2.54 cubed x 36 cubed equal…s the number of cubic centimetres in a cubic yard. 2.54 x 2.54 x 2.54 x 36 x 36 x 36 = 764,554.857984 cc/yd cubed. Divide by 1000 to get 764,554857984 litres. Divide by 1000 to get 0.764554857984 metres cubed in one cubic yard. To answer the original question, 1 / 0.764554857984 = 1.3079506193143922314977040871853 cubic yards in a cubic metre.1 cubic metre = 1.308 cu yards. (MORE)

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# How many kilos does one cubic metre of paper weigh?

Scrunched up or shredded paper, etc, is anyone's guess, so I'm answering with the case of printer paper piled up instead. Start by measuring one ream of your paper. Mine here… is A4 sheets, 2.5 kilogrammes, and is 5 centimetres thick. It contains 500 sheets of 80 gsm but that's not important. The ISO system defines A0 as a square metre in area, so you need 2 of A1, 4 of A2, 8 of A3 or sixteen A4 reams to make a square metre in area and as these are each 5cm thick you'd need 20 reams high to produce the metre height. Therefore 16x20 = 320 reams of this paper would produce the cubic metre and would weigh around 800 kilogrammes. Various different types of paper exist and you might find your paper produces different results, e.g. if you laser print it first, etc, I would say as a ballpark figure you could budget about 1 tonne per cubic metre and be fairly safe.The other method is to understand that water weighs about 1000 kilogrammes per m3, take a sample of your paper, wrap it in clingfilm and see if it floats. If it sinks, the stuff weighs more than 1000, if it just about floats then it's not much less than 1000 and if it floats half in and half out, then it weighs around 500 kg/m3. (MORE)