Q: What measures 1 dL?

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There is 10 DL in 1 L.

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.

3.38 US fl oz = 1 dl (approx).

Yes. 35 mL is the same as 0.35 dL. The same as 1 m has 10 dm, 100 cm and 1000 mm, 1L has 10 dL, 100 cL and 1000 mL. 10 dL=1000mL, and if you delete one zero in each side, you get 1 dL=100mL.

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dl (or dL) is the symbol of decilitre; 1 dL=100 mL.

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1 dl = 0.1 liters

1 dl = 100 mlso0.001 dl = 1 ml

You would need about 10dl to equal 1 liter. Since dl= 1/10, (1-dl) would just be 1 out of the 10 that would be needed to make 1 liter.

DL stands for Deciliter1 dl or 1 deciliter is .1 liters.thus5 dl is equivalent to .5 liters aka half a liter

10 dL = 1 L

There is 10 DL in 1 L.

1 dL is always 1/10 of a liter. Therfore 150 dL equals 15 L.

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.

3.38 US fl oz = 1 dl (approx).