## Volume

Parent Category: Units of Measure
Questions about the various units and conversions of volume. This category is also home to questions which ask the volume of certain objects given length, width, and height.
1 metric ton of dolomite has a volume of approx 0.35 cubic metres.
no 2 pints = 1/4 gallon
3.125 gallons are there in 400 ounces.
3ft x 1ft x 16in = 113.27 liters = 29.92 US gallons
42.3 US gallons is 160.1 liters.
No they are not. A fluid ounce is a measure of liquid volume while an ounce is ameasure of mass or weight. A fluid ounce of milk and a fluid ounce of tar do not weigh thesame.
There are 1.5856236786469344608879492600423 pints in a gallon. And now, one from the lighter side: Not enough! The original "fifth" size liquor bottle was 4/5 of a pint, 1/5of a gallon, or 25.6 ounces. The modern liquor bottle that we stillcall a fifth is actually 750 mls, which is 25.4...
Think of a toilet roll ey?? its like a cylinder on ya
239.7uL equates to 0.2397mL
There are 160 fluid ounces in 10 pints.
32 US fluid ounces equals 946.35mL
1 US fluid ounce = 29.6 (29.5735296) cubiccentimeters (cc)
1 gallon = 4 quarts 2 gallons = 8 quarts 3 gallons = 12 quarts . . . 28 gallons = 112 quarts 29 gallons = 116 quarts
Seven (7) fluid ounces equates to approximately 207 mL
1.5 litres is the same as 1,500 mls.
53 quarts is equivalent to 103 pints.
A teaspoon of water will be heavier. While they are both liquids,pudding will contain fat, which is less dense than water. (This iswhy oil and fat floats on top of water)
5 ounces per person, so 500 ounces.
1 litre is a cube with sides 100mm, so 100 x 100 x 100 = 1,000,000. 1 litre = 1million mm 3
1 fluid ounce (US) = 6 teaspoons (US)
None. Centimeters are a measure of length while tablespoons are ameasure of volume.
2.66 ml 1 ounce = 29.57 ml 1 ml = 0.03 ounce
300 milliliters equates to 10.1 fluid ounces. (US)
You have 15.2911 cubic meters. 1 cubic yard is equal to 0.764555cubic meter.
Light, fluffy snow may way about 7 pounds per cubic foot. Averagesnow may way about 15 cubic foot. Drifted compact snow may way 20pounds or more.
r = 1.5 h = 5 A = Ïr 2 h = Ï(1.5ft 2 )(5ft) = 35.34291735ft 3 . 1ft 3 = 7.48051948gal Therefore: 35.34291735ft 3 = 264.38338173gal or roughly 264 and a third gallons.
You cannot associate weight with volume without knowing thedensity. If you find this out, then Density is mass/volume
About 40 mega Joules of energy.
354.88 ml 1 ounce = 29.57 ml 1 ml = 0.03 ounce
4731.76 ml 1 quart = 946.35 milliliters 1 milliliter = 0.001 quart
8560ml * 1L/1000ml = 8.560L
one foot Cubed. one foot 3 one foot X one foot X one foot
3.5 milliliters equates to 0.71 US teaspoons.
100' x 250' x 12' = 300,000 cubic feet
That is 10 tablespoons.
Not enough information. There are different 4.6's! Also, there are different weights and drivetrains in vehicles. I have a 1998 Ford F150 truck that gets up to 17 Mpg. This vehicle is fairly light (no extended cab, short bed, and does not have 4 wheel drive). It does have a fairly low gearing in the...
1 meter is around 39 inches So, 22/39+24/39+25.5/39=1.833333333
125mL equates to about 1/2 (0.53) US cup.
1 cubic meter = 61,023.7441 cubic inches.
No, they are not the same. 10 millilitres = 1 centilitre NOTE : 1000 millilitres = 1 litre : 100 centilitres = 1 litre : 10 decilitres = 1 litre.
There are 92.25 gallons in 1476 cups
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3.27 qt 1 liter = 1.05 quart 1 quart = 0.94 liter
0.00025ml--use this when converting K-H-D-L-D-C-M...hence L represents Litre and goin to the right you wud divide therefore 0.25litre wud be 0.00025ml
3,785 liters equates to about 1,000 US gallons.
4.73 liters is equal to approximately 160 fluid ounces.
A liter is 1000 milliliters. 2500/1000 = 2.5
You need a third dimension to provide a cubic measurement.
Just under 2 metric tablespoon (1.9733)
1.58 qts 1 liter = 1.05 quart 1 quart = 0.94 liter
1 US gallon = 0.00378541178 cubic meter
2 pt 1 pint = 16 oz 1 oz = 0.06 pint
I will assume that the height of the cone is in addition to the 17ft of the straight part. Volume of a cylinder = Ï r2 h = 3.142 x 11/2 x 11/2 x 17 cu ft = 1615.7735 cu ft Volume of a cone = 1/3 Ï r2 h = 1/3 x 3.142 x 11/2 x 11/2 x 7 = 221.7728 cu ft Total = 1837.55 cu ft If the height of the...
64 fl oz 1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup
The arctic ocean has an area of 5,105,700 square miles. There isan estimate of over 4.4 million gallons of water. . +++ . That answer only makes sense if you quote the volume, notsurface area - i.e. include the mean depth over the ocean'sarea.
For water, these are equal. For other substances, you'd need thedensity.
That is approximately 12.25 cups
Volume of sphere inside the box: 4/3/pi*5^3 = 524 cubic feetrounded to the nearest whole number
55 US gallons equates to 7.35 cubic feet.
1cc is equal to 1 milliliter (ml). There is approximately 0.034 fluid ounces per ml. There are 5ml per teaspoon, 15ml per tablespoon and 250ml per cup.
Ans:. Formula for converting decilitre in litres is . 10 decilitre = 1 litre . Use this formula for this conversion . 10 decilitre = 1 litre . 5 decilitre = a litre . After cross multiplication, . We will get, . a Ã 10 = 5 Ã 1 . a = [ (5 Ã 1) Ã· 10] litre . a = (5 Ã· 10) litre . a = 0.5...
7.5 gallons Gallon = 8 pints 1 pint = 0.12 gallon
You seem to be wanting a conversion into cubic inch, but have not specified from what . Here are two general conversions to cubic inch 1 cubic centimeter = 0.061 cubic inch 1 cubic foot = 1 728 cubic inch
6 cups 1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup
21 qt - 11 qt = 10 qt 10 qt/4 qt = 2 gal 2 qt First convert the amounts into quarts. There are 4 quarts in every gallon. So, for the first amount: (5 x 4) + 1 = 21 qt. For the second amount: (2 x 4) + 3 = 11 qt. Then substitute these values for the ones you were originally going to...
90 US fluid ounces = 2,661.6 mL
The conversion factor is 35.31 so, m 3 /sec x 35.31 = feet 3 /sec : . 3.146 m 3 /sec x 35.31 = about 111.09 cubic feet per second .
255 mL is about 0.27 US quarts.
Since 5 gallons is equal to 20 quarts and 22 quarts is larger than 20 quarts. 22 quarts is greater than 5 gallons.
Only if the density or concentration is 2 grams per ml
1 cubic meter is equal to one million cubic centimeters.
345 liters = 91.14 US gallons.
0.0295735 litres of are present in a 1.00 ounce bottle.
1.25 gal 1 gallon = 4 quarts 1 quart = 0.25 gallon