What is an example of Cc?
Well I guess you are talking about a cubic centimeter. Its a metric measurement that is used for measuring displacement In a engine it refers to to the volume of space between the piston when its down and the chamber of the cylinder head.
at the bottom of the letter after your name. example: Sincerely, Your name cc
CC can be defined as the power of engine, for example 250 cc bike stand for 250cc is the power of engine for that bike.
By CC or cc a volume is meant. For example: 250 cc equals 0.25 litres. So the weight in grams of 250 cc "material" depends on the density of the material itself.
The conversion formula for cc to teaspoons is: cc x 0.203 = teaspoons Using your example, it would be: 15 cc x 0.203 = approximately 3.043 teaspoons.
A cc is a measure of volume, a kg is a measure of mass and it is not possible to convert one into the other. For example, 10 cc of water will have a much smaller mass than 10 cc of lead.
cubic centimeters of the engine, for example instead of saying a 1.5 liter engine, you say 1500 cc engine. one liter is equivalent to 1000 cc
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usually the liter count is the cc of an engine. example-- a 1.6 liter engine would be 1600 cc's ( more or less) 1.8 liter= 1800 cc, ect, ect...
cc denotes cubic centimetre .It is the volume swept by the piston during every stroke of piston
Yes for example 1cc is equal to 1 ml
CC stands for "carbon copy" it is used if you're sending a message to someone, but copying someone else in. An example would be sending a legal notice to a supplier, and sending a CC to your lawyer - the message you CC isn't to your lawyer directly, but it's for them to have a copy of the transmission.
Since density is defined as mass divided by volume, it follows that if you divide mass by density you will get volume. For example: 10 grams divided by 2grams/cc = 5 cc. (cc is cubic centimeter)
If iron has a density of 7.86 grams cubic centimeters how much will 450 cubic centimeters and 1.2 cubic meters weigh?
ABOUT DENSITY -------------------------------- density = mass/volume density = 7.86 g/cc FIRST EXAMPLE -------------------------------- volume = 450 cc 7.86 g/cc = mass / 450cc mass = 7.86g/cc * 450cc = 3,537g = 3.537kg SECOND EXAMPLE -------------------------------- volume = 1.2 cubic metres = 1.2 m^3 volume = (1.2 * (100cm/m)^3) cc = 1,200,000cc 7.86 g/cc = mass / 1,200,000cc mass = 7.86g/cc * 1,200,000cc = 9,432,000g = 9,432 kg = 9.432 tonne That's how I would work… Read More
"cc" stands for cubic centimeters. It is the size of the engine. Back in the day, cars went with "cubic inches". My old car, for example, was 318 cubic inches. Now with metrics, cubic centimeters is used. For computer science cc stands for carbon copy.
The parameters for engine cc are the amount of power or torque required for the purpose to befulfilled. Taking example of the motorcycle engines - as the amount of cc in the engine increases, the capacity of the engine to carry the passengers at a faster speed and the ease of going uphill increases.
It depends on the substance. A cc is a cubic centimeter which is a unit of volume but a mg is a milligram which is a unit of mass. For example, water would be 1000 mg/cc at 4 degrees celcius but ethanol (or drinking alcohol) would be 789 mg/cc (at 20 degrees Celsius). The amount of milligrams in a cubic centimeter depends on the density of the substance.
Density is mass divided by volume - for example grams per cubic centimeter (or "cc"). I will assume that you meant that the volume is 10 cubic centimeters. Then you get (20 grams) divided by (10 cc) = 2 g/cc
In copyright, CC stands for Creative Commons, an extremely broad license that lets the copyright holder specify what uses they will allow without additional permission. For example, CC-BY-NC means you can use my work for non-commercial uses (NC), as long as you properly attribute me (BY).
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centimetre cube CC (cubic centimeter) is refered to the cylinder capacity of the engine. For example, if you say 500cc engine, then the sum total capacity of the cylinders will be 500 cubic centimeter
The 'cc' (cubic centimeter) is a unit of volume, whereas the 'gm' (gram) is a unit of mass ... (often understood as the weight). They are not directly convertible. A volume of some number of 'cc' may contain more or less grams of mass, depending on what the substance in it is. For example, 1cc of water contains 1gm of mass, but 1 cc of mercury contains almost 13gm of mass (and weighs 13 times… Read More
Current retail value for a MS-67 example is over $20,000.00
yes, if the density equals 1 gm/cc (as for fresh water for example)
A certified example would have a average retail value of $2,000.00
The CC in Volkswagen CC stands for "Comfort Coupe".
The allele for a cleft chin c is dominate in humans what are the possible results of a cross between parents that have genotypes Cc and cc?
Cc x cc= cc Cc
liquid as a such doesnt have units, but then the characters of liquid has them. for example, the volume of liquid has CC, centimetre cube as unit. for the density of liquid it is kg/cc (mass per unit volume). others are viscosity etc.
Simply put, "cc" is shorthand for cubic centimeter. Displacement measures how many cubic centimeteres of the air-fuel mixture moves through one rotation of an engine cycle (each piston moving from top to bottom). For example, if one rotation of the pistons moves 125 cc of the fuel-air mixture through the system, then you have a 125 cc engine.
Engine horse power depends on many factors except engine size (cc). For example Honda XR650L 650cc produce 32Hp and Honda CBR600rr600cc produce 130Hp.
Yes. However, .09 cc is not equal 9 cc
None. A pound is a measure of mass while 600 cc is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other. 600 cc of air will have far less mass than 600 cc of lead, fro example.
cc is cubic centimeters, the area inside the cylinders (as in 60 cc or 1340 cc)
The 'cc' stands for cubic centimeters. A cc is also referred to as a milliliter (mL).
The expected results are half Cc and half cc.
You can't convert cc/min to cc/lbs.
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CC stands for Carsten Charles.
Six grams of WATER is equal to 6 cc of water, but other things that are lighter or heavier will not make that equation. For example, 6 grams of lead will have much less volume than 6 cubic centimeters, and six grams of Styrofoam will have more volume than 6 cc.
You are comparing apples and oranges. mg is a mass, cc is a volume. In order to answer your question, you would need to either know the substance or the density of the substance. For example, 50 mg of a dense liquid would take up less volume than 50 mg of a less-dense liquid. One cc of water weighs 1.0 gram (the same as 1,000 milligrams), so 50 mg (of water) is equivalent to 0.05… Read More
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A certified MS-65 example of this Morgan on average sells for $475.00.
CC can vary between 15 and 17 cc per horse power, so a 3 horsepower motor has a cc of about 48 cc.
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.5 cc That a half of 1 cc
Yes. CC would be homozygous dominant, cc homozygous recessive and Cc would be a heterozygous individual.
CC stands for cubic centimeters it is the way engine size is measured. Engine size is also measured in different ways. For example a 2000cc car is also known as a 2 litre or 122 Cubic inches or CID
You need to know the density of the fluid density= grams/centimeters cubed (cc=centimeters cubed) for example the density of water is 1 g/cm3 5 cm3*1g/cm3 = 5 grams
Yes, if the matter is something important that requires his or her attention. For example, if you are sending out an email of reprimand to a subordinate, it would be a smart idea to cover your bases and CC your boss in case anything becomes misconstrued.