How much water could a container hold that measures 8cm by 12cm by 10cm?
960 ml.
750 ml.
520 ml.
480 ml.
Detailed Explanation
The volume of the container is equal to the length times the width times the height. \(V=lwh=8 \times 12 \times 10 =960\) Cubic centimeters are equal to ml, so a container with a volume of 960 cc can hold 960 ml.
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