Use proper metric conversions and the formula of volume for cube to determine the V in L of a cube that has 0.60 meters.
Recall that 1 L = 1 dm3. We will also be using 1 dm = 1x10-1 m
A cube has dimensions of 0.60 meters on each side. What is the volume of the cube in liters?
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