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.

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.

This is not a question that can be answered. A foot is a measurement of distance or length. A cubic foot is a measurement of volume or space. Your question is similar to asking "How many inches to a gallon?" There is no logical answer. Read More

This question is different with each type of ingredient you use. For example honey is quite heavy and therefore it may only take up a small amount of space, but with flour you may need a few cups for 680g. Therefore it differs from ingredient to ingredeint. Though i am positive there are 15 MILLILITRES in one tablespoon. Read More

diameter is 3 ft diameter = 2*radius diameter/2 = radius 3/2 = 1.5 ft = radius area is pi * radius2 3.14 * (1.5)2 3.14 * 2.25 = 7.065 sq ft Read More

A square foot is a unit of area, while gallons are a unit of volume. Those two are never equal. However if you mean cubic feet and gallons then: 1 US gallon = 0.133680556 cubic feet Read More

You can buy gold bullion in a number of different sizes. So it isn't really how many ounces are in a gold bullion it is how much gold bullion would you like to buy.If you need more information visit a website that i frequently look athttp://www.dgse.comhope this helped!! Read More

There are 1,000 milliliters in a liter. One milliliter is one cubic centimeter. Because a millimeter is 1/10 of one centimeter, there are (10x10x10) 1,000 cubic milliliters in one cubic centimeter. Roll it up and 100,000 mm3 = 1 liter Read More

There are 16 oz in a Lb. In fluid measure there are 20 oz to a pint ( A pint of water weighs a pound and a quarter.) Just to be confusing an oz is 25 grams. Read More

Your 2500 cubic inches is already a volume. It's about 1.44675926 cubic feet, or a bit short of 1 and 1/2 cubic feet. That's about 10.8 U.S. gallons. Read More

1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons1 teaspoon = 0.33 tablespoon Read More

You can't unless you know the material you're measuring. Grams are a weight measurement; fluid ounces are a volume measurement. To convert between weight and volume, you need to know how dense the material is: 150 grams of lettuce is a lot more volume than 150 grams of salt, because the lettuce is far less dense than the salt. Here's an online calculator that has some various substances you can convert between weight and volume… Read More

It doesnt matter what the medication is, 2 tsp=10mL. Read More

10 tbsp.In US measure 32 fluid ounces are equal to one quart. One ounce is 0.03 quart or as thirty-two (32) ounces equals 1 quart, so there is 1/32 of a quart in an ounce. But you need to know that 1 Imperial quart = 40 Imperial fluid ounces. Also this relates only to fluid ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when… Read More

8.1 liters is about 8.56 US quarts. 1 liter ~ 1.05669 US quarts 1 US quart ~ 0.946353 liters Read More

Meters are length, liters is volume. That's the same as asking how to get from yards to quarts. Read More

1.47 ml1 ounce = 29.57 ml 1 ml = 0.03 ounce Read More

Remember K H D | d c m (kilo, hecto, deka, (liter, meter, gram), deci, centi, milli). Milliliters are three places to the right of liters. So you have to move the decimal place three times to the right. You will get 4 L =4,000 mL. Read More

One-tenth of a liter is in a deci. The syllables 'deci' make up one of the prefixes in the ancient, classical Latin language. The prefix means 'one-tenth'. So a deciliter contains one-tenth of a liter. Read More

There are 1.097 avoirdupois ounces in one troy ounce. Read More

it's impossible to compare the two. cubic meter is a volume measurement, where as one meter is distance. cubic meter would be: 1 meter x 1 meter x 1 meter. Read More

one US fluid ounce = 29.5735 mL. Multiply 2.5oz by 29.5735 for your answer in mLs. Read More

You cannot convert 250g into millilitres. A gram is a measure of mass whereas a millilitre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and it is not possible to convert from one to another.The volume occupied by 250 grams of air and 250 grams of water will clearly be very different. So there is no direct conversion between mass and volume: you need to know the density of the substance to enable… Read More

(Cubic meters per second x 35.31 = cubic feet per second). So, 15.112 x 35.31 = about 533.6 cubic feet per second. Read More

for your carry-on, one quart-sized bag full of 3-oz. bottles is allowed. for your check-in bag you can take as much as you want. Read More

V = Ï€r2hV = Ï€(12)(8)V = Ï€(1)(8)V = Ï€(8)V = 8Ï€ or 25.1327412287 cubic feet. Read More

Your pipe, the one that has a diameter of 2 feet and is 8 feet long, is a cylinder. The formula for finding the volume (V) of a cylinder is pi (about 3.1416) times the square of the radius (r) of the cylinder, times the height or length (l) of the cylinder. If the pipe has a 2-foot diameter, it is 2 feet in diameter or 1 foot in radius. Here's the formula: Vcylinder =… Read More

NO! .6 ml is 6 tenths of 1 ml. 6 ml is 6 ml or .006 litres. .6 ml is .0006 litres Read More

To measure the volume of something long ago they used many things. Pottery jars, sacks, baskets and even goatskins were used before standard units of measure were developed. Read More

There are 10 millimetres in one centimetre. Therefore, 6.1 millimetres is equal to 6.1/10 = 0.61 centimetres. Read More

A tablespoon is equivalent to 0.5 liquid ounces so there are 2 tablespoons in 1 ounce. There are two different ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the tablespoon to measure a non-liquid such as flour or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce." A tablespoon measures volume not weight… Read More

150 mL equates to about 5.072 US fluid ounces. Read More

This will vary depending upon the concentration of the penicillin, the location and type of infection and the overall health status of the dog. If you believe your dog has a condition that needs treatment with penicillin, you should take your dog to your veterinarian. Read More

5 m^3 = 5 (100cm)^3 = 5 (1000000cm^3) = 5,000,000 cm^3 Read More

1 gallon = 231 cubic inches 620 cubic inches = (620 / 231) = 2.684 gallons (rounded) Read More

This depends on the substance you are measuring. If you are measuring water: 1 US gallon weighs 3.78541178 kg 1 UK (Imperial) gallon weighs 4.54609118 kg Read More

The price of petrol or gas in 1960 was about 25 shillings or about 0.31 cents per gallon. Petrol is the word used to describe gasoline in Europe. Read More

A third dimention is required. Or if it is a circular dish then the diameter or radius should be stated Read More

1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces 44 fluid ounces = (44 / 128) = 11/32 = 0.34375 gallon Read More

Formula: cubic feet x 0.037 = cubic yards 1,200 cubic feet x 0.037 = about 44.4 cubic yards. Read More

8 pints In US measure, 1 pint = 2 cups And 1 cup = 0.5 pint. There are 16 US fluid ounces, 2 cups in 1 US pint (473.2 ml). Although there are 20 Imperial fluid ounces in 1 Imperial pint (568.3 ml), the Imperial system does not have cups, so it is best to use half pints. Read More

51/2 quarts with filter change,book calls for 5 but it takes 51/2 on my 1998z71 I have owned since new with 141000 miles tow a bass boat 3 times weekly and truck runs like new. Read More

To convert from cost per kilometer to cost per yard, multiply it by 1,133.786848 To convert from cost per yard to cost per kilometer, multiply it by 0.000882. Read More

There are 10 millimetres in one centilitre. Therefore, 0.7215 centilitres is equal to 0.7215 x 10 = 7.215 millilitres. Read More

BTU means" british thermal unit " and is a measure of energy like kWh or Joules. BTU is often used in air conditioning. Btuh or btu/hr is a measure of power like kW and is also used in air conditioning and heating applications. Often "btu" will be used in a lazy shorthand for btu/hr. MBH is shorthand for 1000 btu/hr. Read More

First, you need to find the volumn of the pipe which is L x R2 x Pi; and the units need to be consistent. Let's use inches, since that is the diameter of the pipe. (20 feet x12inches) x 42 x 3.141 = 240inches x 16inches x 3.141 = 12,061.44 cubic inches of volumn in the pipe. There are 231 cubic inches per US gallon - (looked it up on the Internet.) Therefore, divide the… Read More

Easy to do. Multiply cubic meters by 35.314 to get cubic feet. Read More

You can't figure that out. You can't just add a third demention. Read More

Would need to know the depth to give you the correct answer. Read More

These units are incompatible. Cubic feet it a unit of volume pounds is a unit of mass (weight) Read More

4 quarts = 1 gallon, therefore 16 quarts is equal to 4 gallons. Read More