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Am I seriously being asked to provide the proper units of volume in a university-level calc 3 course?

This is something they teach you in 8th grade at best. It should be fucking obvious at this level that volume is in cubic units.

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    There' people that get blocked among the answer of a test. You know nervous.
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    Worst case scenario is to use AI, to figure the measuring system by looking at the problem. Two integrals means cubic meters
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    The value is meaningless without a unit. Also it's only obvious because the level of calculus you're working with, at higher level when things get messy, you'll need units for doing dimensional analysis
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    Y'all this is nothing.

    MyStatLab (statistics equivalent of this) asked me to put 2/5 into a fraction.
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    Actually, this was grade 9
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