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Daniel14

  • one year ago

What units are used to express mass and volume? A meter and cubic centimeter B milliliter and centimeter C liter and meter D liter and cubic centimeter

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  1. Daniel14
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    i think it be B

  2. dan815
    • one year ago
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    have u seen this formula for the volume of a box

  3. dan815
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    volume of a box= length * width * height

  4. Daniel14
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    yeaaaah,no -_-

  5. dan815
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    how about area of a rectangle

  6. dan815
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    area of a rectangle = length * width

  7. Daniel14
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    well yeah i guess

  8. dan815
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    okay box is 1 dimension up

  9. dan815
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    |dw:1441160638080:dw|

  10. dan815
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    |dw:1441160677974:dw|

  11. dan815
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    now length, width and height lets saw all of them are measured in cm

  12. dan815
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    volume = X cm * Y cm * Z cm we got 3 cm measurements multiplied 3 times =X*Y*Z * cm*cm*cm = X*Y*Z * cm^3

  13. dan815
    • one year ago
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    so this unit "cm cube " is a measurement of volume

  14. Daniel14
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    ok?

  15. Daniel14
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    w8 hold on I lost you there with the pics

  16. dan815
    • one year ago
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    im showing u how to go from a rectangle to a box

  17. Daniel14
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    how is that going to help me?

  18. dan815
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    and the different between the variables considered for area and box

  19. dan815
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    so you can figure out what hte units have to look like by looking at what units are being multiply to compute thing

  20. dan815
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    multiplied*

  21. Daniel14
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    ohhh no i miss typed the question -_- hold on ill re post the real one sorry

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