Convert Cubic Meters to Kilograms?

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To convert cubic meters to kilograms, you need to convert the cubic meters to liters. If you want to figure out what 35 cubic meters to kilograms, you will first divide it by .001. You will get 35,000 liters. There are 1000 kilograms in one liter, so there are 35,000,000 kilograms in 35 cubic meters. Since 1000 kilograms equals one ton, 35 cubic meters would weigh 35,000 tons. In another problem, you could say two cubic meters is equivalent to 2,000,000 kilograms, or 2000 tons.
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It is impossible to convert cubic area (volume) into mass without any further information but if you have the mass and the cubic area (volume) you can multiply them by each other
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1. Multiply the density in kilograms per cubic meter by 0.0624279620336 to convert to pounds per cubic foot. For example, if you have a density of 50 kg/m^3, multiply 50 by 0.0624279620336
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You don't. One is a measure of weight, the other of volume. How do you convert pounds into cubic feet?
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There is one kilogram in a cubic meter. Thanks for asking ChaCha!
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