Q: How many liters of water in a tank 750MM wide by 2700MM long?

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750mm or 0.75m

It is not possible to answer this question, because kilometers is a measure of length, while liters is a measure of volume. It is like asking how long is the water in a glass.

1litre

40000 liters calculation: 8m x 5m x 1m = 40 meters cubed 1 meter cubed = 1000 liters of water so 40 cubic meters = 40000 liters of water

there are 28.317 liters per cubic ft 38 X 12 = 456 For every 1 ft of depth (which you didn't supply) there are 12912.552 liters of water, or 28.317 X 456

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750mm or 0.75m

A running tap typically uses around 6-7 liters of water per minute. So, it would take roughly 1 to 1.5 minutes for a running tap to use 7-10 liters of water.

It is not possible to answer this question, because kilometers is a measure of length, while liters is a measure of volume. It is like asking how long is the water in a glass.

Basicly the human body is made up of 5 liters of water and uses up 2 liters each day. So if u dont drink water for 3 days it is probable that you will die.

Short answer = 1,000 liters Long answer. The density of water varies somewhat depending on the temperature and the inclusion of any impurities. But for say, tap water, 1000 liters is 1 tonne. Yes, that is tonne with an 'e' - a metric tonne. 1 liter of water is 1kg, 1,000 liters is 1000kg (1 metric tonne) = 2205 pounds = 1.1ton (short, imperial ton).

From head to tail they are about 750mm. (Appx. 30 inches)

If you have a solution that is 50% water and 50% hydrogen peroxide, you would have equal volumes of each component. So if you have 1 liter of this solution, you would have 0.5 liters of water and 0.5 liters of hydrogen peroxide.

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The volume in liters of a 100mm long by 50mm diameter cylinder is: 0.196 liters.

40000 liters calculation: 8m x 5m x 1m = 40 meters cubed 1 meter cubed = 1000 liters of water so 40 cubic meters = 40000 liters of water

1 Liter has a mass of one kilogram, so 2 liters has a mass of 2 kilograms

there are 28.317 liters per cubic ft 38 X 12 = 456 For every 1 ft of depth (which you didn't supply) there are 12912.552 liters of water, or 28.317 X 456