What does “cc” mean on a syringe? How can I find the surface area of the syringe by knowing the “cc”?

Example: 10cc syringe= ? SA

3 Answers

  • SibeDriver
    1 month ago

    cc = cubic centimeter

    1 cc is equal to 1 ml (milliliter)

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Syringe Definition

  • ?
    1 month ago

    cc stands for cubic centimeters which is the same as mL or cm^3. So that means you know the volume. If the syringe is a cylinder, you can get the surface area from the volume.

    V= (pi) (r^2 )(h)

    and SA = (2)(pi)(r^2 ) + (2)(pi)(r)(h)

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