1 metric ton of dolomite has a volume of approx 0.35 cubic metres.
3ft x 1ft x 16in = 113.27 liters = 29.92 US gallons
42.3 US gallons is 160.1 liters.
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...
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239.7uL equates to 0.2397mL
One cubic yard every 4.5 linear feet
There are 160 fluid ounces in 10 pints.
1000 cm3 is equal to 1 lt.
1 US fluid ounce = 29.6 (29.5735296) cubic centimeters (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 is why oil and fat floats on top of water)
Drinking two liters of water in one day is the same as drinking a little more than 8 cups of water in one day. Two liters is approximately 67.6 fluid ounces. There are 8 fluid ounces to 1 cup, so 8 cups totals 64 fluid ounces, which is a little less than two liters.
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 mm3
1 fluid ounce (US) = 6 teaspoons (US)
None. Centimeters are a measure of length while tablespoons are a measure of volume.
300 milliliters equates to 10.1 fluid ounces. (US)
Light, fluffy snow may way about 7 pounds per cubic foot. Average snow may way about 15 cubic foot. Drifted compact snow may way 20 pounds or more.
You cannot associate weight with volume without knowing the density. If you find this out, then Density is mass/volume
About 40 mega Joules of energy.
one foot Cubed.one foot3one 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
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.
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3,785 liters equates to about 1,000 US gallons.
4.73 liters is equal to approximately 160 fluid ounces.
You need a third dimension to provide a cubic measurement.
1 US gallon = 0.00378541178 cubic meter
I will assume that the height of the cone is in addition to the 17 ft of the straight part. Volume of a cylinder = π r2 h = 3.142 x 11/2 x 11/2 x 17 cu ft = 1615.7735 cu ft Volume of a cone = 1/3 π r2 h = 1/3 x 3.142 x 11/2 x 11/2 x 7 = 221.7728 cu ft Total = 1837.55 cu...
64 fl oz1 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.
That is approximately 12.25 cups
55 US gallons equates to 7.35 cubic feet.
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...
6 cups1 cup = 8 ounces1 ounce = 0.12 cup
The conversion factor is 35.31 so, m3/sec x 35.31 = feet3/sec: 3.146 m3/sec x 35.31 = about 111.09 cubic feet per second.
Only if the density or concentration is 2 grams per ml
1 cubic meter is equal to one million cubic centimeters.
0.0295735 litres of are present in a 1.00 ounce bottle.
5.25 US quarts is about 4.97 quarts. 1 liter ~ 1.05669 quarts 1 quart ~ 0.946353 liters 4.96 1 liter = 1.05 quart 1 quart = 0.94 liter 5.25 US quarts is about 5 liters ( 4.96835297 liters ).
16.9 fluid ounces is 500 milliliters or about 1/2 quart.
12.5 cups1 cup = 8 ounces1 ounce = 0.12 cup
58 cubic feet is a measure of volume such as the inside of a box or other container. Fifty-eight cubic feet could contain up to about 434 US gallons of water.
1.2 pint1 liter = 2.11 pints1 pint = 0.47 liter
Remember K H D | d c m. Millilitres is three places to the right of Litres. So you have to move the decimal place three times to the right. So in this case the answer is 3500 millilitres.
There are 100 centiliters per liter.
The volume of a cylinder equals (pi) x radius square x height where pi = 3.14
== Answer == The density of polypropylene depends on whether it is crystalline or amorphous. I'll give both numbers: Amorphous: 0.85 g/cm3 Crystalline: 0.95 g/cm3 1 cm3 = 3.53147 x 10-5 cubic feet or 1 foot3 = 28316.847 cm3 So 1 ft3...
It takes about 7.57 1/2-liters to make one US gallon.
6.7 grams will be present in 1 table spoon of anise extract.
If density = mass/volume, and your volume increases while mass remains the same... Then the denominator increases which would decrease the density
16 ounces are about 471 mL
0.118 LThere are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. One milliliter is 0.001 liter
That depends on the recipe, most recipes that I have come across call for absolutely NO BUTTER, various recipes, depending on what type or flavor of fudge, may or may not call for butter. One very delicious recipe that I made this past Christmas was Peppermint Chocolate Fudge, it was a hit with the...
It's difficult with tablets. Methadose is a liquid form and tomeasure it look on the label to see mg/ml.. if it is 30 mg/ml, andyour dose is 60 mg.......draw out two ml with a baby syringe. Or amarked dropper.
Remember K H D | d c m. Litres is three places to the left of millilitres. So you have to move the decimal place three times to the left. So in this case the answer is 0.015 litres.
15 cm equals 0.15 meters. Accordingly, the volume is 300 multiplied by 0.15. The result is 45 cubic meters.
480 milliliters is equal to 32.4614618 US tablespoons.
Approximately 2.16 1.75-liters equate to 1 US gallon.
There are 17.76mL in one UK tablespoon.
The formula for the volume of a cylinder is: Volume = r2 x Pi x length or height. (r = radius, Pi = 3.1416).
240cc = 8.1 (8.11536545) US fluid ounces.
Length x width x average depth*. Multiply result by 7.48 to determine volume in gallons. * 'average depth' is shallow end + deep end divided by two
Litres. I would use either cubic centimeters or cubic inches.
1 liter = 2.11 pints1 pint = 0.47 liter