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anonymous

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Can anyone help m3?

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  1. anonymous
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    KK XD

  2. anonymous
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    Thanks ==D one cm3 is equal to 1 mL use the relationship to make a table showing the number od liters in 3 cm3 300 cm3 and 300 cm3 then write a function rule

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    3cm3 3mL 30cm3 30mL or 3cL 300cm3 300mL or 3dL V(x)=x or y=x |dw:1328135781826:dw| that would be a graph showing relationship if you need it XD

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