Please solve question no. 5 and 7.
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7.a. Volume = 3.5×3.5×16 = 196 centimeters^{3}Please solve question no. 5 and 7.
In your example, this has to be (3.5 cm)(3.5 cm)(16 cm) = 196 cm ^{3} for the correct units.7.a. Volume = 3.5×3.5×16 = 196 centimeters^{3}
You did not show the cubic centimeter to liter conversion factor before applying it.Koinu_3 said:196cm³= 0.1960000L
0.1960000L x 10 = 1.96L
"Eloise works out that she can fill at least 10 large jars with salad dressing."In your example, this has to be (3.5 cm)(3.5 cm)(16 cm) = 196 cm ^{3} for the correct units.
You did not show the cubic centimeter to liter conversion factor before applying it.
From where are you getting the value of 10?
1 litre = 1000 cubiccentimeter (cc)"Eloise works out that she can fill at least 10 large jars with salad dressing."
I dunno.