5x2x2 = 20, which means 20 tonnes (20,000kg), which means 20,000 litres.
8m x 2m x 2m = 32 m3 = 32,000 litres
1m*2m*15cm = 0.3 metres3 = 300 Litres
The answer will depend on which of the two measures is the height of the cylinder and which is the radius.
61-1/2 liters give or take!
The tank you describe will hold 32 cubic feet of liquid (4 x 2 x 4 = 32). 1 cubic foot is equal to 28.3 liters so the tank will hold 906 liters (32 x 28.3).
6ftx4ftx4ft watertank how many litres
measure the tank in centimeters. for a cylindrical tank the volume in liters is = pi/4 x diameter x length / 1000 *pi =3.141592
approx 240 litres
4 baby's to 500 babies
It is: 5*5*2 = 50 cubic m
There is no dirt in a hole. Only air.
A US gallon is 3.785 liters 21 x 3.785 = 79.49 liters. A imperial gallon ( Canadian) is 4.546 liters. 21 x 4.546 = 95.47 liters
Length X Width X Depth of the tank in centimeters, divided by 1000.
There are 3.78541 liters in one US gallon. 3.78541 x 300 = 1,135.623 liters. So, 1,135.623 liters of liquid will fit in a 300 US gallon tank. However, if you're referring to imperial gallons, there are 4.54609 liters in an imperial gallon. 4.54609 x 300 = 1363.827 liters. So, 1,363.827 liters can fit in a 300 imperial gallon tank.
Without full units of the original numbers, it is impossible to work out the volume in litres.
58in*44in*23in = 58696 cu inches = 961.855 litres
It's easier to put them into meters first so that's 2m x 2m x 0.1m = 0.4m^3
You can easily figure that out if you know the highway kpg and the size of the fuel tank. Multiply kpg x liters held.
3ft x 1ft x 16in = 113.27 liters = 29.92 US gallons
Liters are the same everywhere. In this case, 13 x 13 x 32 inches = 5,408 cubic inches = about 88.63 liters @61.02 cubic inches per liter.