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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v'eI neerv eneb odog at eirvcgotnn tisun :( lol so ahd ot ksa my e.trohbr He dtlo em that:

scdtinea × dniatecs = ecdtsnai^{2} = aera

nd,a

sencdait × sciedatn × ncsatide = disacent^{2} × iadnsetc = eidcasnt^{3} = eolvmu

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lowF reta = vlceyiot × ACS = 20 /emscc × 2cm^{2} = m40c^{3}sec/

To nrvtoce to m/,inL usjt itu:llmyp

m0c4^{3}/esc × 60 nisce/m × 10L1cm00/,^{3} = 0024 /L,0100 inm = 4.2 /imLn

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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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Uh,g sy,rro tengitg usde ot teh ogiarftt,mn and caliltdyanec dpstoe it ni hte ogrnw l.apce

sw,yaynA ot itre,eerta I wysaal stju kool ta the isnt.u tI sawnt n/Li,m 'Im gvein c2^m dna cecms/

So I tu,myilpl ot egt mouvle otu of ti (mc3,)^ nhet tcnvreo ncsedso ot steuim.n

suh,T ti's calsaiylb 22x,x6 ni emos phaes ro mrof afret pcgialn hte mldesaci oiarp.prlypeta odoG hntgi tyhe dndt'i add ttah lrriaacput rlkie,nw Ill' keta my iamreled athm slklsi dan ugb out, aah.h..

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sJtu ni cesa taht ovlyle lilett uotqniea rvdopdei yb ey@mpnoykac wtn'as qutei huoneg ofr o,yu ees'hr a lnki ot a rmeo competle tpoaninaelx yb ahnK amAycde. eHedpl me, nwhe I ekdool ta hte ateoqiun adn ,idsa *awaa?ah*

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

owFl tRea = lyocVeti x nSa-rosostCliec rAea

2 2^mc x 20 ccmes/ x 06 cisen/m x 1 00L,01/ cm3^ = .24 imLn/

10,00 m3c^ = 1 L