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jessie13

  • one year ago

Will Medal! Answer ASAP!!!! If a tank leaks 10 mL of fluid each hour, how long will it take to fill up a one liter jar? 1 hour 10 hours 100 hours 1,000 hours

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  1. jessie13
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    @paki

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    @lordhelix8th

  3. lordhelix8th
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    i think 10 hours

  4. lordhelix8th
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    i hoped i helped

  5. jessie13
    • one year ago
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    i tried that but got i wrong!

  6. lordhelix8th
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    oh

  7. lordhelix8th
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    let me see hold on

  8. lordhelix8th
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    how much is a liter in ml

  9. lordhelix8th
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    i put that in and 1 liter=1000 mL

  10. lordhelix8th
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    i could be wrong

  11. jessie13
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    okay thanks can u help me with one more??

  12. lordhelix8th
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    sure

  13. jessie13
    • one year ago
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    Match these items. 1. kg measurement of volume 2. cm2 measurement of length 3. L measurement of area 4. m measurement of mass

  14. lordhelix8th
    • one year ago
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    ok cm2=area m=lenght kg=mass l=volume

  15. lordhelix8th
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    http://faculty.lacitycollege.edu/phommas/Measurements%20in%20Biology.pdf

  16. lordhelix8th
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    i got it from there

  17. lordhelix8th
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    i hoped i helped

  18. jessie13
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    thanks!!

  19. lordhelix8th
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    thx for medal

  20. lordhelix8th
    • one year ago
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    bye :D

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