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# 3.14x20cmsx25cmsx25cms = what is the answer to this in cubic metres

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You can do this in two ways.

1. Calculate the volume in cubic cm, then convert to cubic m. Since there are 100 cm in one m, there are 100^3 cubic cm in a cubic m.
2. Convert the dimensions to meters and then multiply.
The two methods will give you the same result, 0.03925

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