# Answer to Question #4211 in Electric Circuits for Parish Divinity

Question #4211

A rectangular container measuring 17 × 41 × 59 is filled with water. What is the mass of this volume of water?

Expert's answer

What are the units of measuring, cm, m, or any else?

The volume of the water for centimeters is

V = 17 [cm]* 41 [cm] * 59 [cm] = 0.17 [m] *0.41 [m] * 0.59 [m] = 0.041123 m

Thus the mass of the water is equal to

M = ρ V = 1 [kg/m

The volume of the water for centimeters is

V = 17 [cm]* 41 [cm] * 59 [cm] = 0.17 [m] *0.41 [m] * 0.59 [m] = 0.041123 m

^{3}.Thus the mass of the water is equal to

M = ρ V = 1 [kg/m

^{3}] * 0.041 [m^{3}]= 0.041 [kg] = 41 [g].
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