Exercise Answers: Module 25

Converting Units of Volume

  1. 1,728\text{ in}^3
  2. 46,656\text{ in}^3
  3. 1,000\text{ mm}^3
  4. 1,000,000\text{ cm}^3
  5. the result is very close to 1 cubic yard: (112\text{ in}\cdot14\text{ in}\cdot10\text{ in})\cdot3\text{ crates}=47,040\text{ in}^3\approx1.01\text{ yd}^3
  6. this estimate is also 1 cubic yard: (9\text{ ft}\cdot1\text{ ft}\cdot1\text{ ft})\cdot3\text{ crates}=27\text{ ft}^3=1\text{ yd}^3
  7. around 60 gallons
  8. yes, the can is able to hold 12 fluid ounces; the can’s volume is roughly 23.3 cubic inches \approx12.9 fluid ounces.
  9. yes, the can is able to hold 330 milliliters; the can’s volume is roughly 362 cubic centimeters, which is equivalent to 362 milliliters.
  10. 1.53\text{ m}^3
  11. 3,930\text{ cm}^3
  12. 30.5\text{ in}^3
  13. 28.3\text{ m}^3
  14. 59\text{ yd}^3
  15. 31\text{ lb}
  16. 1.1\text{ kg}
  17. 268\text{ cm}^3
  18. 33.5\text{ cm}^3
  19. 8 to 1
  20. 1,620\text{ in}^3
  21. 60\text{ in}^3
  22. 27 to 1

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