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# The mass of 1 cubit metre of a substance is 800 kilograms

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The mass of 1 cubit metre of a substance is 800 kilograms under certain conditions. What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of 1 gram of this substance under these conditions?

A. 0,80
B. 1,25
C. 8,00
D. 12,50
E. 80,00
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16 Aug 2007, 20:22
TheRedRoost3r wrote:
The mass of 1 cubit metre of a substance is 800 kilograms under certain conditions. What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of 1 gram of this substance under these conditions?

A. 0,80
B. 1,25
C. 8,00
D. 12,50
E. 80,00

800 kg = 800,000 g
1 cm3 = 1,000,000 cc3
Ans = 1,000,000 / 800,000 = 10/8 = 1.25
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16 Aug 2007, 20:32
1 cubic metre = 800kg = 800000g
1g = 1/800000 m^3 = 1/800000 * 100^3 = 1.25 cm^3
16 Aug 2007, 20:32
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