If it was a cubic meter of water then its mass would be 1000 kg or 1 metric ton.
One cubic meter tank is equevalent to one ton One cubic meter tank is equevalent to one ton
All other things being constant, an increase in temperature will: Increase volume & decrease density. (Volume, pressure and density are interrelated by the gas laws) Increase mass very slightly. (By the mass-energy equivalence equation e=mc^2)
the unit of 1000 liters is called kiloliter
While this will depend on the size of the wheelbarrow, an industrial wheelbarrow is about 1/12th of a cubic meter. 12 of them is one meter, 1,200 of them for 100 cubic meters.
1 meter has 100 cm. A cubic meter has 1,000,000 cc or cubic cm 1 liter equals 1000 cc One cubic meter has 1000 liters
Kilogram per cubic meter is the one that doesn't belong. Square meter is meter^2 and cubic meter is meter^3 but kilogram per cubic meter is a density
849 klgms of granulated sugar = 1 cubic meter
These are all easy to find in your book: Length . . . . . . . Meter Mass . . . . . . . . . Kilogram Volume . . . . . . . Cubic Meter (* Liter is 1/1000th m3, or one dm3) Density . . . . . . . Kilogram per cubic meter Time .. . . . . . . . . Second Temperature . . . Kelvin or Celsius degree (same size)
It depends on the density of the cement. You wont get an accurate answer without the details.
The medium density should given to convert from mass (kilogram) to volume (1 cubic meters). Assuming water of 1000 kg/cubic meter, than 1 cubic meter would contain 1000 kilograms,
One cubic meter = 1,000 liters.
There are 35.3 (35.3146667) cubic feet in one cubic meter.
There are 1003 , or 1000000 cubic cm in one cubic meter.
One cubic meter equates to 61,023.74 cubic inches.
A cubic meter is one thousand liters. It is designed to relate to the weight of water, so one liter weighs one kilogram. A cubic meter of water weighs one thousand kilos, or one metric ton.
1 cubic meter is about 35.3 cubic feet.
There are 35.3147 cubic feet in 1 cubic meter.