winelover777
Pretty sure @keycompany was correct. 1 L = 1000 cm^3. Otherwise the answer would be 24.
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if one still doesn't understand to add on .. 1000 cm^3 = 1000 ml 1000ml = 1 Litre

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entscdai × iceatdns = edsianct^{2} = arae

dan,

edaitncs × itesncda × cteisnda = cedtnsai^{2} × iesdatcn = dtisaenc^{3} = lmuvoe

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olFw rate = itlyoevc × CSA = 02 me/ccs × c2m^{2} = c4m0^{3}ec/s

oT rovctne to ,Limn/ sutj yplmt:lui

m40c^{3}sc/e × 60 mi/scen × 1/cLm01,00^{3} = 0420 10,L00/ imn = 42. n/imL

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impostersyndromel1000
to all my public school peeps out there (and not the nice public schools in rich areas, the real public schools)... we made it!
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angelaq11
Thankfully I was taught how to convert units, but let me tell you that I was SO lost on this one. It's USELESS to know how to do it if you (I, I mean I) don't know the damn formula xD. Obviously got this one wrong, but it's good to know that if it ever comes up again (and I know it won't) I already know it.
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gUh, oyrrs, entggti edus to the ,trtfgnmoia dan aiedclytalnc tdeosp it in teh gnrwo lacp.e

anyws,yA ot r,eriteeta I wylaas tusj olko at teh .itusn tI stwna Lim/n, 'Im vgeni 2^mc nad esc/mc

So I lup,lyimt ot teg mulveo tuo fo ti (3c^,)m enht ctonevr onesdsc to n.tsumie

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stuJ ni csea ttha leylvo eittll eqtuaion edpvidor yb neky@ampyoc watns' uetqi onugeh orf y,ou e'hers a inlk ot a emro mteploce alniteoapxn yb nKah decmAy.a dlpeeH em, henw I eodklo at teh tuqaioen adn ,dsai *?aawhaa*

If, like me, you dislike memorizing formulas, but are okay doing the actual math, I always just look at the units. It wanted L/min, and I had to get it using cm^2 and cm/sec...

Well, I know cm^3 gives volume (L) after bashing out a few conversions, so multiply it is!

Then I know to turn seconds into minutes, so multiply by 60.

Now, at this point, I knew my decimals were off, but still, 4x6 = 24, so it's some version of that. Had they included 24 or .24 as answers, I'd have actually had to pay attention to my conversions.

Anyways, I hope that helps!

This question was on my MCAT and I laughed when I saw it.

Things you gave to know: cm^3 = mL , then how to convert units.

2cm^2 x 20 cm/sec = 40cm^3 / sec = 40 mL / sec

From here just convert 40 mL / sec to L / min

40 mL / sec x 1 L / 1000 mL x 60 sec / 1 minute = 2.4 L / min

submitted by keycompany(308), 2019-05-27T18:16:37Z

oFlw Rtae = tioVlyec x aon-eCtloSrsics eraA

2 m2^c x 20 semc/c x 60 i/enmsc x 1 /001L,0 3mc^ = 4.2 mi/nL

000,1 c3^m = 1 L