One cubic meter is equal to 100 linear centimeters cubed, which is 1,000,000 (one million) cubic centimeters. One litre is equal to 10 centimeters cubed, or 1,000 cubic centimeters. Therefore, there is 1/1000 (one thousandth) of a cubic meter in one litre.
1 litre = 0.001 cubic metres so 70 litres = 0.07 cubic metres. Simple!
One litre is equal to 0.001 cubic metres. Therefore, 2.5 litres is equal to 0.001 x 2.5 = 0.0025 cubic metres.
4200 litres A litre is a cube of water 10cm (0.1m) on a side. This makes a liter equal to 1e-3 cubic meters, and means there's a thousand litres in every cubic meter.
I presume a mega-litre is 10^6 liters. By definition, a litre is 1000 cubic centimetres -- that's a cube ten cm on a side. You can see, then, that one cubic meter would hold one thousand litres. A thousand thousands make a million, so a megalitre would be the same as a thousand cubic meters.
1 litre = 0.001 cubic meter OR, there are 1000 litres in a cubic meter. So, 100 cubic meters of something is 100,000 litres.
100,000 cubic meters = 0.1 million cubic meters
each litre is approximately 61 cubic inches if i remember
There is no such unit as "cubic litre".
a litre is 0.001 cubic metres
There is no such thing as a "cubic litre".
Filling a volume of 8 cubic metres requires 64 125-litre bags.
There are 1,728 cubic inches in a cubic foot 1 litre = 0.21541947 cubic feet. Therefore 1 litre = 372.25 cubic inches
0.7646 cubic meters. (rounded)
0.007850 cubic meters
0.059 cubic meters.
There is n such thing as a "cubic litre" since a litre itself is a unit of volume. There are 1,000 litres in a cubic meter
1 cubic foot = 0.0283168466 cubic meters
0.7646 cubic meters per cubic yard.
1 litre = 0.0353146667 cubic foot1 litre = 0.0353146667214886 cubic feet. To convert a value in litres to cubic feet, multiply by 0.0353146667214886.
There's no such thing as a "cubic litre". The litre is already a unit that has three dimensions and describes a volume of space. A cubic litre would have nine dimensions, and no physical significance.
A litre is a measure of volume in 3-dimensional space. So a cubic litre would be 9-dimensional linear hyper-space! I do not believe that a cubic litre is possible.
1000 cubic centimetres = 1 litre
1 litre = 1000 cubic centimetres.