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A cube's volume can be calculated by multiplying its length, width, and height. What is the volume in cubic centimetres of an item with a volume of $1.44 \mathrm{~m}^3$? The conversion factor must be multiplied by either side.

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1 of 5In this problem we have to calculate what is the volume in *cubic centimeters* $(\text{cm}^3)$, if the volume of the object in *cubic meters* is $V=1.44\hspace{1mm}\text{m}^3$.

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