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A box is 25 cm long and 6 cm wide and 4 cm high how many cubic centimeters of water can it hold?


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2009-12-10 18:08:05
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600, if the seams are water-tight and there are no leaks.

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A wrong question. Cubic centimeters means volume and meter means length. volume is not length. There are 1 000 000 cubic centimeters in one cubic meter, if this was the question. Cheers ebs"Cubic centimeter" is a unit of space ... a volume that can hold stuff, like water."Meter" is a unit of length, like the distance from one point to another point.As you can see, they're completely different things, and neither one can beconverted to the other one. No matter how many meters of thread you have,you can never pour a gallon of water into it.

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