Q: What is measured in litres per minute?

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Divide the litres per minute by 4.55

25 litres per minute equates to 0.025 cubic metres per minute.

1000 litres per hour equates to 3.667 Imperial gallons per minute or 4.4 US gallons per minute.

It is 3 litres per minute. It is also 1 litre per 20 seconds. or even 180 litres per hour. etc.

the heart rate measured is after 1 minute.....example: 69 rat heart per minute

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2,460.52 litres per minute.

Divide the litres per minute by 4.55

0.50 litres per sec = 0.50*60 = 30 litres/minute

25 litres per minute equates to 0.025 cubic metres per minute.

Meters per minute, per minute M/min/min Think of it as "How many meters per minute is gained, per minute"

Not in any sensible way. RPM is a measure of (angular) velocity whereas litres per minute is a rate of flow. Your hard disk will have an rpm but what does litres per miute mean in terms of the disk?

136 cubic meters per minute = 2,266.66 litres per second.

Your cardiac out put is about 5 litres per hour. It may increase in severe exercise to 25 litres per minute. Your muscles get about 20 litres of blood supply, instead of less than a litre per minute. To meet the increased demand, your heart beats at faster rate. It may go up from 72 beats per minute to 180 beats per minute.

1000 litres per hour equates to 3.667 Imperial gallons per minute or 4.4 US gallons per minute.

You have cardiac out put of five litres per minute only. It can be increased to 25 litres per minute during exercise. Your respiratory rate is about 12 per minute. This rate can be increased to 60 per minute. In natural course this helps to make more oxygen for your body needs.

It is 3 litres per minute. It is also 1 litre per 20 seconds. or even 180 litres per hour. etc.

the heart rate measured is after 1 minute.....example: 69 rat heart per minute