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1 liter = 0.264172052 gallon

1 gallon = 231 cubic inches

Volume = 4' x 3' x 2' = 24 cubic feet = 41,472 cubic inches = 179 .5325 gallons = 679.604 liters(rounded)

Q: How many liters in 4ft by 3 ft by 2 ft?

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4-ft x 2-ft x 1-ft = 8 cubic feet = 59.84 gallons (rounded)

its 2 liters

A decaliter is 10 liters, be definition. Hence, 30 decaliters is 300 liters. If you're using units of 2 liters, then you can fit 2 liters 150 times into 30 decaliters. 30 decaliters * (10 liters/decaliter) = 300 liters 300 liters / 2 liters = 150 units of 2 liters.

500 millimeters equal 2 liters

2(2) = 4Liters

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4-ft x 2-ft x 1-ft = 8 cubic feet = 59.84 gallons (rounded)

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The problem is to convert cubic feet to liters. Starting with 1 cu ft = 28.3168 liters 2 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft tank volume = 2 cu ft capacity If tank is only half full that would be 1 cu ft of water which = 28.3168 liters

8ft by 4 ft by 2 ft is a measure of volume. Simple dimensional analysis teaches that a volume cannot be related to an area (square feet) without additional information.

The answer is 16ft because 4ft x 4ft 4 times is 16ft. I tend to think of it as 2 areas of 40 sq. ft (10x4) and 2 areas of 72 sq ft (18x4) so the area of the deck is 324 sq ft.

4 ft is substantially less than 2 yards.