As defined by the SI units, water weighs almost exactly 1 kilogram per liter (at 4 °C, slightly less at higher temperatures).
So 4 kilograms of water would be about 4 liters of water.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
If it rained 1 inch thick water over 1 square mile how much would that water weigh?
If it rained 1 inch thick water over 1 square mile, the volume of that water would be approximately 2,323,200 cubic feet. That is equal to 65,785,698.28 kilograms, or 145,030,199 pounds. ...
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How can you use water displacement to measure the volume of an irregular shaped solid?
Because, from Archimedes' Principle, the volume of the water displaced is equal to the volume of the object displacing it. So, were you to collect all the displaced water and put it into a graduated cylinder, it would tell you the volume of the object in question. ...
4 liters is equal to how many pounds of candy?
Liters are a measure of volume. Kilograms are how you measure weight. You cannot express weight in liters unless you already know the weight of a liter of whatever it is. If you meant kilograms, the answer would be 8.8 pounds. ...
Which measurement is the greatest 5000 grams or 50 kilograms?
50 Kilograms would be greater because 5000 grams is equal to 5 Kilograms.