0165 cubic meters of clothe is how many kilos?
A cubic metre is a unit of capacity. A kilogram is a unit of mass. The two units are incompatible. And in any case, you would generally not measure a two-dimensional solid material, such as cloth, in cubic metres.
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Since a meter is equal to 100 cm, it follows that a cubic meter isequal to 100 3 (a million) cubic centimeters.
Since 1 cm = 0.01 meter, 1 cubic cm = 0.01 3 cubic meter.(1/1,000,000 of a cubic meter)
Answer Less than one as a meter is larger than a yard. Wonderful. The number is 0.7646 (rounded)
1 cubic kilometer is 1,000,000,000 cubic meters.. Scroll down to related links and look at "A Volume Converter".
A kilometer is a unit of distance. An acre is a unit of area. The two are not interchangeable.
Scrunched up or shredded paper, etc, is anyone's guess, so I'm answering with the case of printer paper piled up instead. Start by measuring one ream of your paper. Mine here is A4 sheets, 2.5 kilogrammes, and is 5 centimetres thick. It contains 500 sheets of 80 gsm but that's not important. …The ISO system defines A0 as a square metre in area, so you need 2 of A1, 4 of A2, 8 of A3 or sixteen A4 reams to make a square metre in area and as these are each 5cm thick you'd need 20 reams high to produce the metre height. Therefore 16x20 = 320 reams of this paper would produce the cubic metre and would weigh around 800 kilogrammes. Various different types of paper exist and you might find your paper produces different results, e.g. if you laser print it first, etc, I would say as a ballpark figure you could budget about 1 tonne per cubic metre and be fairly safe. The other method is to understand that water weighs about 1000 kilogrammes per m3, take a sample of your paper, wrap it in clingfilm and see if it floats. If it sinks, the stuff weighs more than 1000, if it just about floats then it's not much less than 1000 and if it floats half in and half out, then it weighs around 500 kg/m3. (MORE)
By a 'kilo' I assume you mean a kilogram, but this is a weight. A cubic meter is a volume. You can't compare them. You have to specify what the material is, to know the volume of a 'kilo', before you can work out how many in a cubic meter
One cubic meter is one thousand litres, so 5 cubic metres is five thousand litres. Kilo is the prefix for thousand, so 5 cubic meters would be the same as 5 kilo litres.. Although mathematically correct, Kilo litre is unfamilliar to me. Maybe it's more common in another setting?
None. A cubic metre is a measure of volume, whereas a metre is a measure of distance. The two measure different things and, according to the basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.
This cannot be done. A cubic meter is a volume and a square meter is an area.
A meter is a length a cubic meter is a volume. you cant equate one against the other.
In the SI (metric) system, a kilo- anything means x 1000, kilometre, kilowatt, kilogramme, kilovolt, kilotonne, etc. So, 1 km = 1000 m.
To answer this, you should first tackle lengths. A cubic yard is 1yd x 1yd x 1yd. There are 0.9144 metres in a yard. Thus this can be rewritten as 0.9144m x 0.9144m x 0.9144m. Multiplying this together gives 0.764554857984m 3 And thus there are roughly 0.765 cubic metres in a cubic yard.
How many 50-kilo-bags of cement is needed to fill 102.16 cubic feet. Area is 9.5 meters by 3 meters?
1 50kg bag fill about 2 cubic f. so for 102cu.f. you'll need 51 bags
You cannot find this out without knowing the density and the shapeand likely other dimensions
Kilos are a weight Cubic Meters are a volume one doesn't equate with the other.
The Answer to this question is: The density is not measure Kilonewtons. That is because "Density" is defined as the mass per unit volume. The Density of steel = 7850 kgf/m^3
\nYou can not. \n. \nYou are trying to convert volume into mass and that can not be done, unless you have the specific information on how much a certain matter weighs (eg. grams/cubic centimeter)
There are about 4,168,181,825 cubic meters in a cubic mile For reference: 1 mile = 1,609.344 meters 1 mile^2 = 2,589,988 meters^2 1 mile^3 = 4, 168, 181,825 meters^3
I'm assuming you've never actually used the Metric system. The "Deci", suffix is not really used in practical application. here goes... There are 10 "decimetres" in a meter (in practice you would either write this as 0.1m or 10cm). There are 1000m in a kilometre so 1000m * 10dm gives …you 10000dm in a km! (MORE)
A kilometer is defined as a 1000meters. So substitute 1000meters for kilometers and you have 18*(1000 meters) = 18,000 meters.
This is not really a valid conversion because cubic meters is a measure of volume while meters is a measure of length or distance.
Kilo (kilogram) is a measurement of weight or mass, cubic metres is a measurement of volume. You can't convert from one to the other.
Your question makes no sense. However.. ***Except for the answer, the below was copied and pasted.*** To answer conversion questions like this go to Google.com and in the search window, type in your question like this.. 24 cups in gallons it will if you a direct answer. It is great… for this. In your case type in ?????????????? Note, you can also use the Google search window as a calculator. You might type in 23.5 x 54^2 x sqrt 5 = If this is a homework question, the below is a very powerful and easy method to convert numbers from one unit to another. Let us take an easy example. Say you have 2.7 meters and you want to convert it to centimeters. You know that 1m = 100 cm Think about how we can take the equation 1m = 100 cm and divide both side by "1m" and get 1= 100 cm/m. (We have "re-arranged" the equation.) Now think about how it is that if you multiply 2.7m by the number 1 you simply get 2.7m again. Now think about how since "100 cm/m" equals 1 because 1= 100 cm/m you can multiply 2.7 m by "100 cm/m" and you will have the same distance. The only difference is that after you cancel out the meters the distance will be expressed in different units. Here it is expresses mathematically... 2.7m = 2.7m X 1 = 2.7m X 100 cm/m = 270 cm. Notice how the meters cancel each other out and you are left with centimeters. This always works Here is a harder example. Convert the speed 8,100 m/s to the units of km/hr As discussed above since 1000m = 1 km, we will in this case divide both sides of the equation by "1000m" and get 1=(1/1000)km/m. when we multiply by that and cancel out the meters, we get 8,100 m/s = 8.1 km/s. (Note that we could have taken the equation 1000m = 1 km and divided both sides by "1km" to get 1 =1000m/km and then DIVIDED by 1000km/m and the meters would have still cancelled out. Here is the math 8,100m/s = 8,100m/s / 1 = 8,100m/s / 1000m/km = 8.1 km/s ) Now to convert the seconds to hours we first convert the seconds to minutes by taking the equation 1min = 60s and dividing both sides by "1min" to get the equation 1 = 60s/min When we multiply 8.1 km/s by the above we get 480 km/min We do the same thing with the equation 1hr = 60 min to get 1 = 60 min/hr and when we multiply, we get 28,800 km/hr which is in the correct units. For some reason it is not the law for physic teachers to tell their students about this method. Here is website that goes into it in more detail. http://oakroadsystems.com/math/convert.htm#Intro (MORE)
1 m = 100 cm 1 m 3 = 1 m â 1 m â 1 m = 100 cm â 100 cm â 100 cm = 10^6 cm 3 One cubic meter is one million cubic centimeters.
1 meter = 3.28084 ft. (1 meter) 3 = (3.28084 ft) 3 = 35.3147 ft 3 (rounded)
The meter is a bit more than a yard, so a cubic meter will have a bit more than a cubic yard in it. The cubic meter is actually about 1.30795 cubic yards, so since we're just doing a "ball park" estimate, our guess that a cubic meter is about the same as a cubic yard is only off a bit. A cubic meter… is about 1.3 cubic yards if you wish to get a bit more specific. (MORE)
I make it 8 cubic metres. Additional answer Yes, you're right. I checked on my calculator.
None. . A linear metre, as the name suggests is a linear measure - ie it is a measure of length, A kilo is a prefix that means a thousand. It could be a prefix to a length (kilometre or kiloparsec), pressure (kilopascal), etc. Conventionally, "kilo" when used by itself, is used to denote kilogra…m, which is a measure of mass. There is no sensible way of converting a measure of length into a measure of mass. (MORE)
This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cubic metre is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L 3 ]. A kilogram is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional inf…ormation. It takes only a little mental effort to compare a cubic metre of air and a cubic metre of lead and come to the conclusion that the two will have very different masses. (MORE)
NONE - Kilogram is a WEIGHT. - How heavy something is. meters is a LENGTH. -That means the physical distance between the start and end of some kind of linear object. There is no similarity between LENGTH and WEIGHT. - They CAN NOT be 'converted' to each other. .
It all depends on what type of goods or cargo it will carry. You'll need a right big lorry to carry 3000 kilos of air, only about 3000 liters of cargo space for 3000 kilos of water, and not much space at all to fit 3000 kilos of concrete or lead.
...probably about 2100 cubic meters, I suppose. In exactly the same way, 15.75 kilograms is 15.75 kilograms, and 2 pounds is 2 pounds. :)
We are starting off woth the equation x cubic decimeters = 1 cubic meter Using the metric system, we can determine that there are ten decimeters in every meter (cubic or other). A pun often used to remember the metric system is, "King Henry died by drinking chocolate milk." Each letter in …that silly sentence form the acronym of: KHDBDCM This stands for kilo, hecto, deca, BASE (original), deci, centi, milli Meter would be considered a base. The letters/prefixes to the LEFT of the base grow larger than 0 (by tens) and the the letters/prefixes to the RIGHT of the base decrease by tens, going in the equal and opposite direction. By knowing this we could conclude that 1 decimeter = 0.1 meter A cubic decimeter is a cube with the side 1 decimeter. A cube with the side 1 meter( = 10 decimeters) is one cubic meter. The volume in cubic decimeters is therefore 10x10x10 = 1000 cubic decimeters. (MORE)
1 kilo meter equals to 1000 m, 1000m=1000m, 1m=100cm, therefore, there are 1000 meters in one kilo meter, so 1000 times 100 equals to 100,000cm.
This is not really a valid conversion because cubic meters is a measure of volume while meters is a measure of length or distance.
There is 1000 millimeter in a meter, so a cubic meter is one billion (1 000 000 000) cubic millimeters. So the answer is: 0,000000001 .
This is just like asking how many pounds are there in a foot. A kilogram is a measure of weight, and a meter is distance. American?
Remember 1 Killometer is 1,000 meters so if 10 kilometers were there it is 10,000 meters
None. A cubic foot is a measure of volume, a kilo is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and it makes no sense at all to try and convert from one to the other.
The density of pure gold is 19.30 grams per cubic centimeter. This converts to 19300 kg per cubic meter .
The suffix "kilo" means multiply the unit by 1000, or 10^3. The standard unit of distance is the meter, so 3 kilometers means 3x10^3, or 3000 meters.
Assuming that a kilo refers to a kilogram, you don't. A kilogram is a measure of mass. A cubic metre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and it is not sensible to even consider converting from one to the other. If you are not convinced, consider a cubic metre of air. How ma…ny kilograms? Next consider a cubic metre of lead. How many kilograms? (MORE)
"Cubic meter" is a unit of volume. "Kilometer" is a unit of length. They describe different types of quantities, they have different physical dimensions, and they can't convert to each other. If you could convert length into volume, then you'd be able to calculate how many gallons tall you are.
Generally the rule of thumb for this is 2.5 to 1, meaning you would need 2.5 cubic meters of sand to manufacture 1 cubic meter of concrete.
assuming kilos means kilograms. In that case, there is no definite answer. Kilograms are units of mass and ite dpends on the consistency (or density) of the cement mixture. A cubic meter of cement can have various densities.
This question makes no sense, because the units are different: cubic meters measures volume, and meters measures distance. You might as easily say "How many feet are in a gallon?" To determine the number of cubic meters of a rectangular solid, you measure the height, width, and depth in meters, a…nd multiply the three distances together. A building which is 6 meters wide, 7 meters deep, and 9 meters tall contains 6 x 7 x 9 = 378 cubic meters. (MORE)
To be able to answer that, you need to know what material you are talking about - is it water, or iron,...?
1 meter = 100 centimeters (1 meter) 3 = (1) 3 x (meter) 3 = 1meter 3 1 meter 3 = (100 centimeters) 3 =(100) 3 x (centimeters) 3 = 1,000,000centimeters 3
We can easily convert kilometers and miles with formula, conversioncharts . Lets find the relation between kilometers and mile. We canfind that 1 km=0.621 miles. Hence,there are 1.609 kilometers in a mile.