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1683 cubed is a pure number. A number has a value but it does not have a length or area or volume or mass.

182 gallons, on the other hand, is a measure of volume. The two have different dimensions and it makes no sense to try to relate one to the other.

1638 cubic nanometres will go into 182 gallons lots of times whereas 1638 cubic metres will not and not even a tiny fraction of 1683 cubic kilometres will.

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