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1 liter is 10 deciliters.

1 liter = 10 deciliters

10 deciliters.

1 liter = 10 deciliters

if there are 10 deciliters in a liter, then there are 20 deciliters in a 2 liter bottle.

A deciliter is 1/10 of a liter, therfore there are 10 deciliters per liter

There are 10 deciliters of water in a liter of water.

You re answer is: 10 Deciliters = 1 Liter

5L equals 50 deciliters @10dl per liter.

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There are 1000 milliliters to one liter, and 10 deciliters to a liter, so there are 100 milliliters to a deciliter. This means that in 357 milliliters, there are 3.57 deciliters.

I'd say 10. There's 10 years in a decade so why not 10 deciliters in 1 liter?

Yes, 1 liter = 10 deciliters

1 liter = 10 deciliters (dc)

5 deciliters are equal to 500 ml or 1/2 a liter.

A deciliter is 1/10th of a liter, so four deciliters is 4/10ths of a liter, or 0.4 liter.s

There are 10 deciliters in a liter. "Dec" means ten. Notice, "decade," "deciliters," "December," which was originally the tenth month of the year.

A deciliter is 1/10 of a liter, so 82 deciliters is 8.2 liters.

A deciliter is 1/10 of a liter; therefore, there are 10 liters in 100 deciliters

There are ten deciliters in one liter.

The prefix deci- in the International System of Measurements means 1/10th. A liter has 10 deciliters.

1 liter = 10 deciliter

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A deciliter is a tenth of a liter; a hectoliter is 100 liters. Therefore there are 1,000 deciliters in a hectoliter.

There are 10 deciliters to one liter