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Q: How do you measure a liter of milk?

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A litre (or liter) is a measure of volume, not a measure of weight. A single liter of milk weighs ABOUT 1.03 kilograms.

Liter is a measure of volume

Meter is a measure of length and litre is a measure of volume. You question is the same as asking "Is one foot of walking equal 10 cups of milk?"

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Your question is unclear. Do you mean how many glasses of milk are contained in a 1 liter carton? The answer is that it depends on the size of glasses. A "glass of milk" is an indefinite measure. Glasses come in different sizes. Larger glasses hold more milk; smaller glasses hold less milk.

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A litre (or liter) is a measure of volume, not a measure of weight. A single liter of milk weighs ABOUT 1.03 kilograms.

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Of course, how else would you measure how much milk you'd have? You could measure in Imperial gallons, but the metric Litre (or Liter) is also a common way to measure liquid substance (which what milk is, a liquid).

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You can measure milk using gallons, quarts and liters. Or pints

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Litre is a measurement of volume such as water , soda or milk .

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It appears you misspelled "liter", but that doesn't matter. You can't convert centimeters to liters because centimeters are a measure of distance while liters are a measure of volume. You can get a liter of milk, but finding someone who will sell you a centimeter of milk is going to be impossible.

A US quart is almost a liter (0.95 of a liter).

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