This is an impossible question to answer as litres and metres are not compatible measurements. You can measure litres in square metres.
The difference is 250 metres.
The difference in height between:Mount Everest 8,848 metres and Mount Sinai 2,285 metres is 6,563 metres.
A lot. There is 1000 in the difference between a metre and a kilometre. Then this figure is cubed, it becomes 1 billion (1,000,000,000 metres cubed). A metre cubed is 1000 litres. So there are 1,000,000,000,000 litres in a cubic kilometer.
if you mean 1 litre and 0.949 of a litre, then the difference is 51ml or 0.051 litres. if you mean 1 litre and 949 litres, then there's a 948 litres difference
A us gallon has 3.785 litres, an imperial gallon has 4.5 litres therefore the difference between the two is .715 of a litre.
None. Metres is a unit of length; litres is a unit of volume. You can't convert between the two. If you're asking about 38.812 m3, that's 38,812 litres: http://www.google.com/search?q=38.812+metres^3+in+litres
If you mean litres, you cannot associate litres with metres, as litres is 3 dimensional distance
0.25 litres is 250 millilitres, 25 millilitres = 0.025 litres.
The difference between 100 metres and 400 metres is 300 metres.
1 cubic metre = 1000 litres so 03 cubic metres = 3 cubic metres = 3000 litres.
assuming your wording is incorrect. 0 kilometre 225 metres and 2 kilometres 275 metres difference of 2 kilometres 50 metres 1 kilometre 225 metres and 2 kilometres 275 metres difference of 1 kilometre and 50 metres 2 kilometres 225 metres and 2 kilometres 275 metres difference of 50 metres
Millimetres, centimetres and metres. Metres, litres and grams.
There are 0.9144 metres one yard. Therefore, 25 yards is equal to 25 x 0.9144 = 22.86 metres. Subtracting this from 25 gives 25 - 22.86 = 2.14 metres. Therefore, the difference between the two distances is 2.14 metres.
Grams are a unit of mass, litres are a unit of volume.
Cubic metres * 1000 = litres
Cubic metres or litres.
1 square metre = 1 000 litres. 7 x 4 x 2 = 48 square metres Thus 48 000 litres of water would be required.
1 kilometre is equivalent to 1,000 metres.
No, a kilometer contains 1000 metres
not square litres but square metres 80 x 0.30482 = 7.432 metres2 to work out litres need to know the depth, depth in metres x 7.432/1000 will give litres
if you mean how do you convert litres to cubic metres, then the answer is that one cubic metre=1000 litres
(50,000 litres) / (1,000 litres per cubic metre) = 50 cubicke metres
It is expressed either in litres or cubic metres where 1 cubic metre = 1000 litres.
Metres and litres are not equivalent units.