How many metre cubes make 1 liter?

The other way round: 1 cubic metre is 1000 litres
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How many liters in 1 m cubed?

There are 1,000 liters of water that can fit in 1 cubic meter. For water, 1 milliliter is equivalent to 1 cubic centimeter.
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How many cubic metres in a liter?

There are 1000 liters in a cubic meter, so 1 liter is 0.001 cubic meters.
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How many liters in a cubic metre?

Look, 1cm3=1ml If you know this you can find the others such as 1m3 This is how.. 1cm3=1ml but 1m3=1000000 cm3 therefore, 1/1000000m3=1ml therefore,1m3=1000000ml i.e. (MORE)

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How many meters cubed are in a liter?

  Answer   There are 1000 L in a cubic meter, so 1 liter would be equivalent to 0.001 cubic meters.
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1 liter decimetre cubed?

Yes.   1 decimetre = 10 cm   1 decimeter cubed = 1000 cu cm = 1 litre
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How many centimeters makes 1 meter cube?

  You mean "how many cubic centimeters make 1 meter cube" because cm3 and m3 refer to volume, whereas cm refers to distance. Now that that's out of the way. There are 10 (MORE)

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