Q: How do you convert gallons per linear foot to liters per linear meter?

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Use this formula: (US) gallons per square foot x40.745 = liters per square meter

A meter is a linear measurement, therefore 1 meter is the same as 1 linear meter.

You cannot convert a volume to an area. You can, however, convert liters to cubic meters, since both are volumes. There are 1000 liters in a cubic meter, so to convert to cubic meters divide by 1000 liters / cubic meter.

You can't convert that.

The meter is a linear unit of meassurement, so basically you are talking about the same thing.

You can't convert that.

A linear meter is exactly the same as a meter. So, 3000 linear meters = 3000 meters. "Linear" is just an unnecessary adjective to be used only if there is some doubt whether you are refering to a length (meter, m), area (square meter, m2) or volume (cubic meter, m3).

Insert the word "linear". They both refer to 1-metre lengths.

You can not convert that. Square meters and linear meters measure completely different things.

at 60 " wide how do you convert linear yards to meters

A linear metre is a metre.

A cubic meter is 1000 liters.A Canadian gallon is 4.535 liters, so 1000/4.535 is 220.507 gallons.For the American part. An American gallon is 3.786 liters, so 1000/3.786 is 264.131 gallons.

Cubic meters x 1,000 = liters

1 meter = 39.3701 inches Multiply by 39.3701

none, a linear meter is a distance, a kilogram is mass, there is no way to convert from one to the other.

1 cubic meter of water = 264.172 US gallons

A linear metre is the same as a metre and it is equivalent to 1000 millimetres.

multiply b 1000 to convert from cubic meter to liters

A lineal (more commonly linear) metre is the same as a metre.

You don't. The two are completely incompatible units.

A metre and a linear metre are the same unit of measurement - the word "linear" is used merely to distinguish it from a square or cubic metre, of two or three dimensions.

Since a cubic meter is the same as 1000 liters, you have to divide the liters by 1000.

Like so: cubic meters x 1,000 = liters

Multiply cubic meters by 1,000 to get liters.

You dont.