4200 litres A litre is a cube of water 10cm (0.1m) on a side. This makes a liter equal to 1e-3 cubic meters, and means there's a thousand litres in every cubic meter.
1 cubic meter = 1,000 liters1 liter = 0.001 cubic meter
1000 Litres makes 1 cubic meter
The question makes no sense since cubic millilitres is a measure of volume in 9-dimensional hyperspace.
This question makes no sense, because the units are different: cubic meters measures volume, and meters measures distance. You might as easily say "How many feet are in a gallon?" To determine the number of cubic meters of a rectangular solid, you measure the height, width, and depth in meters, and multiply the three distances together. A building which is 6 meters wide, 7 meters deep, and 9 meters tall contains 6 x 7 x 9 = 378 cubic meters.
One. If 100 for cubic CENTIMETRES, then one for metres.
You cannot. A square metre is a measure of area, in 2 dimensions. A cubic metre is a measure of volume in 3 dimensions. It makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other.
Questions like yours are frustrating. I don't know whether to be annoyed at the kids who post them or the teachers who ask them in an attempt to trap their unsuspecting students. A liter is a unit of volume. It is a three-dimensional unit. That is, it has length, width, and height (or depth). A square meter, on the other hand, is a unit of area. It is a two-dimensional unit, having only length and width. Hence, the square meter and the liter are incompatible. Your question is like asking how many inches are in a year or how many pounds are in volt. Perhaps what you meant to ask is How many cubic meters are in a liter. Now THAT makes sense. Why? because a cubic meter is a unit of volume, just like a liter is, so it can be converted. Here are the conversion factors. One liter = 0.001 cubic meter (or meter cubed) One cubic meter = 1000 liters Therefore, if you have a volume in liters, multiply by 0.001 to convert to cubic meters. If your volume is in cubic meters, then multiply by 1000 to convert to liters.
You cannot. Cubic metre per second is a measure of flow while cubic decameters is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other.
Your question makes little sense. If a cylinder holds 6 cubic meters of nitrogen at one atmosphere pressure the volume of the cylinder is 6 cubic meters. However as 150 newtons per squsre meter = 150 Pascals = 0.001480384754 atmospheres, if you took 6 cubic meters of nitrogen at this pressure and then increased the pressure to 1 atmosphere the volue would shrink (because the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure) from 6 cubic meters to 0.008882308524 cubic meters.
A bushel is a unit of volume. As such, the item that makes up the bushel doesn't matter, a bushel of corn will be the same as a bushel of wheat, barley, etc. * 1.284352 cubic feet * 2219.36 cubic inches * 0.03636879 cubic liters