I have been given the density of milk = and a volume of I need to work out the mass. I know so I need to convert to meters, can some please check my working. 1L = 1000 ml 1 ml = 1cm 1m = 100cm to get m^{3} = so is this correct ?
Last edited by Tweety; October 19th 2010 at 02:21 PM.
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Originally Posted by Tweety I have been given the density of milk = and a volume of I need to work out the mass. I know so I need to convert to meters, can some please check my working. 1L = 1000 ml 1 ml = 1cm 1m = 100cm to get m^{3} = so is this correct ? what do you mean by ? litres by itself is volume ... so ...
Originally Posted by skeeter what do you mean by ? litres by itself is volume ... so ... Litres per hour thanks
Then it is not volume, it is a rate of flow.
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy Then it is not volume, it is a rate of flow. But I can still use it to work out the mass?
Originally Posted by Tweety But I can still use it to work out the mass? ... you get kg/hr
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