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The size of the container is 10cm. tall 2cm. wide and 3 cm. long. If one cubic cm3 of water has a mass of 1 gram.What is the volume of water in the container?mass of volume in kilograms? weight of mass in kilograms? and weight of that mass in newtons? and the pressure at the bottom in newtons/square centimeter? :?

- lamar
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Q1: What is the volume of water in the container?

A1: Sixty (60) cubic centimeters.

Q2: weight of mass in kilograms?

A2: 0.06 kilogram.

Q3: weight of that mass in newtons?

A3: The "newton" is a force (f) measurement unit: f = m * a. Where: f - force, m - mass and a - acceleration. Then, newton = kilogram * meter / (second squared). Anyway, one cannot measure mass in newtons.

Q4: pressure at the bottom in newtons/square centimeter?

A4: 0.097721 newton per square centimeter. The aqua-calc.com rectangular solid volume calculator calculates water pressure at the bottom of a container.

A1: Sixty (60) cubic centimeters.

Q2: weight of mass in kilograms?

A2: 0.06 kilogram.

Q3: weight of that mass in newtons?

A3: The "newton" is a force (f) measurement unit: f = m * a. Where: f - force, m - mass and a - acceleration. Then, newton = kilogram * meter / (second squared). Anyway, one cannot measure mass in newtons.

Q4: pressure at the bottom in newtons/square centimeter?

A4: 0.097721 newton per square centimeter. The aqua-calc.com rectangular solid volume calculator calculates water pressure at the bottom of a container.

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