One millilitre is equal to one cubic centimetre, not merely one centimetre.
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A milliliter (mL) and cubic centimeter (cc) are equivalent to one another. Therefore, 1 mL is also 1 cc. This makes converting the units very simple!
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7.02 mL (milliliters) is equal to 7.02 cm^3 (cubic centimeters)
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1 ML in 1 CM3 Mass = Volume times density Volume = mass divided by density Density = Mass divided by volume. so.... 1 ML divide 1 CM 3 = 1 milileter Per CM cube. and unless u wiehged
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