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### What volume does one cubic centimeter have?

One cubic centimetre 'contains' one cubic centimetre A cubic centimetre is a unit of volume Full Answer

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a cubic centimetre of gold is heavier than a cubic centimetre of iron because gold is a denser substance than iron, i.e. it has more weight or mass per unit of volume. Full Answer

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a cubic centimetere is a centimetere times by itself when a centimetre cube is a centimetre all the way around Full Answer

A standard cubic centimetre is a measure of a special volume.That is an exact cube with the length of 1 centimetre times the width of 1 centimetre times a heigth of 1 centimetre = 1 cubic centimetre.That is also the… Full Answer

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There are 1,000 cubic millimeters in one cubic centimeter.1 cubic centimetre = 1 centimetre x 1 centimetre x 1 centimetre = 10 millimetre x 10 millimetre x 10 millimetre= 1,000 cubic millimetres. Full Answer

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Cubic Centimetre ?Is the volume of a cube with a side of 1 centimetre.1 cubic centimetre = 1 mililitre = 1 / 1000 litre. Full Answer

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A cubic centimetre is a measure of volume. For example: a cube measuring 1cm x 1cm x 1cm = 1 cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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One cubic centimetre (1cc) is equivalent to 1 millilitre, thus there are .001 litres in one cubic centimetre, and 1000 cubic centimetres in one litre. Full Answer

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A cubic centimetre is a unit of volume. A centimetre is a unit of length. The two units are therefore incompatible. Full Answer

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There is 100 cubic millimetres in one cubic centimetre :) Full Answer

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1000 (10^3) Full Answer

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One cubic centimetre has 1 000 cubic millimetres. Full Answer

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One cubic centimetre is equal to 0.000001 cubic metres. Full Answer

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cubic metre C.G.S unit: c.c -cubic centimetre The SI unit of volume is cubic unit (for any unit i.e. centimetre, metre, litre, etc.) Full Answer

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A cubic centimetre is a measure of volume. There is nothing to solve. Full Answer

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the total surface area of a cubic centimetre Full Answer

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cubic centimetre Full Answer

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The metric system is all based around 1 cubic centimetre of water under normal conditions. From this, we can derive length, volume and mass units ie: 1 cubic centimetre of water has the volume of 1 millilitre. 1 cubic centimetre… Full Answer

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It means that one cubic centimetre of ice weighs less than 1 cubic centimetre of water. Full Answer

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A cubic metre or a cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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A cubic centimetre, a cubic metre, a millilitre or a litre. Full Answer

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1 cubic centimetre = 1 millilitre Full Answer

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A cubic millilitre does not make sense as a milliliter is already a unit of volume equivalent to a cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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A gram is a measure of mass. A cubic centimetre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are… Full Answer

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gram per cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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1000 Full Answer

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1 cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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One cubic centimetre (cc). Full Answer

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Grams per cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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It is a cubic centimetre, which is equivalent to a millilitre. Full Answer

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Gold density = 19.3 grams per cubic centimetre Full Answer

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You can only express ratios between things which use exactly the same units. Centimetre is a length unit. Cubic Centimetre is a volume unit Full Answer

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Now 1 cubic centimetre is considered exactly equal to 1 millilitre.Cubic centimetre is a unit of SI. Full Answer

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No - one cubic centimetre is equal to 1 millilitre. Full Answer

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Nothing since there is no such thing as centimeteres. A cubic centimetre is the same as a millilitre. Full Answer

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Assuming that cc stands for cubic centimetre, then the plural is cubic centimetres. Full Answer

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1 cubic cm of water weighs 1 gram. Full Answer

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A millilitre and a cubic centimetre are equivalent. So the answer is 125 mL. Full Answer

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A millilitre (check your spelling) is the same as a cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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1 cubic centimetre = 1 millilitre. They are equivalent measures. Full Answer

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1, they are equivalent Full Answer

5.32 grams per cubic centimetre. Full Answer

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A cubic centimetre or litre. Full Answer

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Cc or cubic centimetre Full Answer

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It is 2.630 grams per cubic centimetre. Full Answer