1L = 59km
37 x 1L = 59km x 37
37L = 2183km
You can travel 2183km on 37L of gas.
An old car uses 0.1 liters of gasoline per kilometer, or 10 kilometers for every liter of gas. A new car will run more kilometers for a liter.
25 miles per gallon = 9.41 liters/100km
since the largest consumer of gasoline is america, people got used to selling it in gallons instead of liters and it just stuck petrol is measured in litres in every country except the U.S.A.
9.52kilograms. for every 0.68 grams you have, you have a ml. i.e. for every 0.68kg you have a litre. 0.68 x 14.
It is a measure of fuel economy. It is the amount of fuel a vehicle consumes in litres for every 100 kilometers the vehicle travels.
It travels 40 kilometers or 24.9 miles every hour at that speed.
The SI unit used most commonly for gasoline is the liter. The price, at a glance, may seem cheap to your average American, but there are 3.78 liters for every gallon.
there is no average speed as 5 liters of blood are pumped at every sec the closest is 1m per second
* For every liter, there are exactly 1000000000 nanoliters. * For every nanoliter, there are 1.0X10-9 liters
37 miles (60 kilometers) 1 Hop per Every 2 seconds.
28.6 x 15 = 429 miles.
every gasoline is... but they are maid up of fossil fules
Acetone 100ml for every 40 liters of gasoline not more nor less this is the ratio.
the heart pumps 0.25 liters of blood in every beat on an average.
There is 3.858 pounds for every 1.75 liters of water. There is 0.462 gallons of water in every 1.75 liters of water.
5 liters a day
yes they travel every second of every day
The circumference of the earth at the equator is 24,901.55 miles (40,075.16 kilometers). Since the earth rotates around its axis every 24 hours: 40,075.16 kilometers [divided by] 24 hours = 1669.7983 kilometers per hour <---(answer)
According to the Gasoline Company Shell, "Every drop counts" so that would only mean that the reactivity of Gasoline towards every customer of the Shell gasoline station, would probably sensitive or even aggressive, because if the customer would find out that the gasoline station did not live according to their motto, the customer would probably be.. well. UPSET
5 liters are pumped every minute
The airline says the plane burns just 3.1 liters of fuel per passenger per 100 kilometers (a little more than three quarts of fuel per passenger every 60 miles).
Every cubic meter has 1000 liters.
A litre - every time!
First of all, it depends on the fuel efficiency of the car, but on average, it uses 1 liter every 14 kilometers. So 14 goes into fifty 3 times with a remainder of eight. About 4 liters, you can go fifty miles.