Advice 1: How to convert cm to cubic meters

To translate from one unit to another can only be integers of the same dimension. Linear unit – a linear, square – in square, cubic in cubic, etc. For a standard meternical prefixes "Milli", "centi", "deci" and other fixed a fixed numerical ratio.
Instruction
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The prefix "centi" (from lat. centum – "a hundred") denotes the multiplier of 10^(-2). That is, a centimeter is one-hundredth of a meter, if we are talking about linear units of measurement.
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In square units, the gap between "meters" and "centimeters" increases. One square centimeter is a square with sides of 1 centimeter. A square meter is illustrated by a square with sides of 1 meter. The value of the area varies not in 100 and 10,000 times.
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Even more the gap between the cubic "meters" and "centimeters". He is already 10^3=1000000 times. Cubic meter is conventionally represented by a cube with sides of 1 meter.
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To convert cubic centimeters to cubic meters, divide the number by 10^6 or, equivalently, multiply by 10^(-6). For example, 5 CC = 5/10^6 cubic meters = 5•10^(-6) cu. m = 0,000005.
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To back translate cubic meters to cubic centimeters, multiply the number by 10^6. For example, 2 cubic meters = 2•10^6 cubic cm = 2000000 cubic cm
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Between centimeters and meters is a "decimeter". The prefix "deci" (from lat. decimus "tenth part") implies a multiplier of 10^(-1). Cubic dimension of the "triple" this multiplier.
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To convert cubic centimeters to cubic decimeters, multiply the number by 10^(-3) (or divide by 10^3). For example, 9 CC = 9•10^(-3) DM = 9/10^3 DM = 0,009 cubic decimeter.
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To convert cubic decimeters to cubic centimeters, perform the inverse operation: multiply the number by 10^3. For example, 1 cubic DM = 1•10^3 cubic cm = 1000 cubic cm
All metric prefixes are "working" directly only for linear measuring systems. Then they change their "strength" in accordance with the exponent. System for measuring a dimension of two (square) doubles the power of the consoles. Cubic system – triples.

Advice 2 : How to convert centimeters into cubes

Of course, centimeters and cubes (cubic centimeters) are used to measure different physical units. In practice, however, sometimes you have to use both units. Naturally, this is required supplementary information that can be specified, based on the specific conditions of the problem.
You will need
• calculator
Instruction
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This unit of measure as the inch used to measure length, width, height, thickness) of the subject (object). Cubes (cubic centimeters) are used to measure volume. Because before you can translate inches in Cuba, please specify which parameters were measured in centimeters.
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If in centimeters measured the dimensions of the object, having the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped, then just multiply among themselves the numerical values of length, width, height (thickness) of the object. The result is the volume of the object, expressed in cubes (cm3).
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Example
Determine the number of cubes (volume) in a standard matchbox.
The decision
According to GOST 1820-2001 "Matches. Technical conditions", the size of a matchbox are:

Of 5.05 x 3.75 x 1.45 cm
To get the number of cubic centimeters, multiply these parameters:

5,05 * 3,75 * 1,45 = 27,459375 ≈ cm3 of 27.46.
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If in inches set the height of the prism or cylinder, to translate those inches into cubes (determine volume), specify the area of the base figure and multiply the numerical value of this area to the height. The response, however, must be expressed in square centimeters (cm2). By the way, this method is suitable to calculate the volume of a rectangular parallelepiped, as a particular case of the prism.
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Example
Determine the number of cubes in a glass with a bottom area of 10 cm2 and a height of 20 centimeters.
The decision
As a glass can be considered a cylinder, multiply its height and footprint:

10*20=200 (cm3).
Answer: Cup volume – 200 cubic meters (cubic centimeters, cm3, ml, ml).
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If in inches set the parameters of more complex shapes, to translate centimeters into cubes, use the formula calculates the volume of the shape. If the figure has a very complex geometric shape, then divide it (relatively) for a few more simple shapes and calculate the volume of each of them. Then, fold the amounts of the components of the figures.
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