Q: 6kL is equal to how many dL?

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Meters and liters aren't going to equal each other no matter how many of them there are. 100 dm (or dl) = 10 m (or L) 1000 L (or m) = 10,000 dl (or dm)

No. A deciliter is 1/10th of a liter, so 902.3 dl = 90.23 l

There is 10 DL in 1 L.

80 dL = 8L

dl is 0.1L, ml is 0.001L, therefore you have 2.5dl

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That is 6,000 litres.

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10 dl = 1 litre so 240 dl = 240/10 l = 24 litres.

A 'dl' or 'dL' (deciliter) is a measure of volume equal to about 0.423 cups.

A decilitre of water is 20 teaspoons

An L has 10 dL so 50dL is equal to 5L. L stands for liters and dL stands for deciliters.

You would need about 10dl to equal 1 liter. Since dl= 1/10, (1-dl) would just be 1 out of the 10 that would be needed to make 1 liter.

Meters and liters aren't going to equal each other no matter how many of them there are. 100 dm (or dl) = 10 m (or L) 1000 L (or m) = 10,000 dl (or dm)

220 cubic inches is about 36dl (deciliters).

6kL means six kilo-liters

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