cc is the same as ml. So 1ml equals 1cc. Insulin syringes are usually marked in units as well, so be sure it is ml you are seeing (and needing) and not units.
It depends on what is measured... 5 cc is 5 grams of pure water... but is maybe 2 grams of floor.
No. 5 grams is a measure of mass. 5 cc (cc = cubic centimeters), is a measure of volume. Using the density of the powder, grams can be converted to cc.
A cubic centimetre is a unit of capacity. A gram is a unit of mass. The two units are therefore incompatible.
5 cc of water is about 1/6 of an ounce.
5cc of water is a teaspoon
5g is five grams and 0.5g is half a gram.
They are the same, but a 5G holds more songs and memory than a 3G.
5cc = 5mL
The iPod 5G is bigger, both are the same width so they are easy to hold, but the 5G has a longer length.
A teaspoon holds approximately 5cc of liquid or powder, but some teaspoons are larger/smaller than others. 5cc = 5 ml as a liquid measure. If you need a precise and accurate measure of 5cc, you will have to get a proper measuring spoon/cup.
5cc/2.5cc = 5/2.5 = 2
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5g of jam provides less calories as carbohydrate supplies 4kcals per gram.