Q: What is 1 10th of a liter?

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No. A deciliter is 1/10th of a liter, so 902.3 dl = 90.23 l

The 2 liter bottle has the same worth regardless of what it is filled with, probable 1/10th of a cent or less.

100 liter = 1 liter 10-1 liter = 1 deciliter 10-2 liter = 1 centiliter 10-3 liter = 1 milliliter 10-6 liter =1 microliter

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A liter 1 liter = 100 centiliters 1 centiliter = 0.01 liter

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1/10th of a liter

The prefix deci- in the International System of Measurements means 1/10th. A liter has 10 deciliters.

.75 liters is to 1 liter as 75 milliliters (= .75 deciliter) is to 1 deciliter.remember the metric system :milliliter = 1000th of a litercentiliter = 100th of a literdeciliter = 10th of a liter

1 gallon has more volume. 100cm3 is basically 1/10th of a liter which is 1,000cm3

A deciliter is 1/10th of a liter, so four deciliters is 4/10ths of a liter, or 0.4 liter.s

A deciliter is 1/10th of a liter. A decaliter is 10 liters.

No. A deciliter is 1/10th of a liter, so 902.3 dl = 90.23 l

0.1 liter or 0.42 cup

The 2 liter bottle has the same worth regardless of what it is filled with, probable 1/10th of a cent or less.

The prefix deci means 1/10th 1 deciliters = 1/10 the liter = 100 milliliter 0.5 deciliter = 0.5 x 100 milliliter = 50 milliter

The 2 liter bottle has the same worth regardless of what it is filled with, probable 1/10th of a cent or less.

A dL is a deciliter which is 1 tenth of a liter (1 dL = 0.1 L) and a centiliter is 1 hundredth of a liter (1 cL = 0.01 L), so a dL is ten times larger than a cL.See the Related Questions for more information about metric system prefixes.