##### Asked by: Segimon Steinbock

asked in category: General Last Updated: 19th April, 2020# How do you convert cm to cm3?

**Cubic centimeters formula for different units**

- length(
**cm**) × width(**cm**) × height(**cm**) = cubic centimeters(cm³) - length(mm) × width(mm) × height(mm) ÷ 1000 = cubic centimeters(cm³)
- length(meters) × width(meters) × height(meters) × 1000000 = centimeters(cm³)

Beside this, how many cm are in cm3?

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1 cm^{3} = | 1 centimeter | 1 centimeter = |
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2 cm^{3} = | 1.2599 centimeter | 2 centimeter = |

3 cm^{3} = | 1.4422 centimeter | 3 centimeter = |

4 cm^{3} = | 1.5874 centimeter | 4 centimeter = |

5 cm^{3} = | 1.71 centimeter | 5 centimeter = |

Furthermore, why do doctors use cc instead of ML? These are the same measurement; there is no difference in volume. The primary difference is that **milliliters** are **used** for fluid amounts while cubic centimeters are **used** for solids. No matter what is being measured, 1 **cc** always equals 1 **mL**.

Also asked, what does CM to the 3rd power mean?

1 **cm**^**3 means** 1 box and each side of the box is 1 **centimeter** long. For instance, if you make a square where each side is 5 **cm**, then you have a square that is 5cm^2. And 5^2 **means** 25, and that **means** you can fit 25 little 1cm^2 squares inside the big square that is 5cm^2.

Why is 1 cm cubed equal to 1 ml?

**One cubic centimetre** corresponds to a volume of **one** millilitre. The mass of **one cubic centimetre** of water at 3.98 °C (the temperature at which it attains its maximum density) is closely **equal** to **one** gram.