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what capacity container(in cubic metres) would one need in order to holh 2000kg of water?
2 cubic metres would contain 2000 kg of water.
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Asked 1/16/2009 1:33:36 PM
Updated 330 days ago|7/20/2023 12:41:46 AM
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Solution:
Volume (in cubic meters) = Mass (in kilograms) / Density (in kg/m³)
Volume = 2000 kg / 1000 kg/m³
Volume = 2 cubic meters

So, you would need a container with a capacity of 2 cubic meters to hold 2000 kg of water.
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