Math and Arithmetic

# What is the formula for calculating cc?

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The formula to find the volume of a object or container in cc (cubic centimeters) depends on its shape. Different formulae are used for spherical, triangular, rectangular, cylindrical, etc. shapes. There is no formula for finding the volume of irregular shapes.

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