Q: How many L in a dL?

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80 dL = 8L

1 dl = 0.1 litres

The deci- (d) prefix means one tenth (1/10 = 0.1) → 1 dl = 0.1 l → 10 × 1 dl = 10 × 0.1 l = 1 l → there are 10 decilitres in 1 litre.

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

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)

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1 liter (L) equals 10 deciliter (DL)

10 dL = 1 L

80 dL = 8L

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The deci- prefix means one tenth (1/10 = 0.1) → 100 dl = 100 × 0.1 l = 10 l There are 10 l in 100 dl.

10 dL = 1 L 2 L = 20 L +5 ANSWER: 2.5 L = 25 dL P.S. I might be wrong so I would check it over if I were you!

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

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The conversion relations between l and dl are given.By the relation: , we can say that.: 1 l=10 dl.

The answer is 5.3 1 dL = 0.1 L 1 kL = 1000 L Therefore, 53 000 dL = 5300 L

There are 109 mg per dL.