Quick chemistry question: n=cv/1000 or n=cv

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I understand that you need to use n=cv when volume is in dm3 and, if you have volume in cm3, you need to use n=cv/1000... so when rearranging n=cv/1000 to find volume in another question, is the answer given in cm3 or dm3? or do you have to convert it somehow. Thanks in advance!
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I understand that you need to use n=cv when volume is in dm3 and, if you have volume in cm3, you need to use n=cv/1000... so when rearranging n=cv/1000 to find volume in another question, is the answer given in cm3 or dm3? or do you have to convert it somehow. Thanks in advance!
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