Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition)

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ISBN 10: 0321867327
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Chapter 9 - Measurement - 9.3 Measuring Weight and Temperature - Exercise Set 9.3: 13


4.2 Kg of water = 4200 $cm^{3}$ of water

Work Step by Step

Here, we need to convert 4.2 kg of water to $cm^{3}$. 1 kg of water = 1000 $cm^{3}$ of water. Now, let's multiply the weight in kg with 1000 to get the volume in $cm^{3}$. $4.2 \times 1000 = 4200$ Therefore, 4.2 Kg of water = 4200 $cm^{3}$ of water
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