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Q: What liquid measure is equal to 0.1 of 20 liters?

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milli = .01 1 millimeter = .01 meters 1 milligram = .01 grams 1 milliliter = .01 liters etc.

.50 + .50 + .25 + .25 +.10 + .10 + .05 + .05 + .01 + .01 = 1.82

YES (100 x .01 = 1)

No. Money is based off of a hundredth's scale. 1 penny is .01 (1 hundredth of a dollar). So 5 cents is represented as .05 hundredths.

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You can't convert liters (a measure of volume) to millimeters (a measure of length). But you can convert liters to cubic millimeters (mm3). One liter is equal to 1000 cubic centimeters (10 cm * 10 cm *10 cm). So one liter would be equal to 1,000,000 mm3. (100 mm * 100 mm * 100 mm). So 10.25 liters is equal to 10,250,000 mm3 (10.25 * 1,000,000)

A dekameter is used measure length. 1 dekameter is equal to 1,000 centimeters, or 1 dekameter is equal to 0. 01 kilometers.

One kiloliter is 1,000 liters. One hectoliter is 100 liters. One decaliter is 10 liters. One deciliter is .1 liters. One centiliter is .01 liters. One milliliter is .001 liters. Mr. Wampole?

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Ten milliliters equals .01 liters.

You multiply by the density. Density is usually given grams per milliliter or kilograms per liter or grams per cubic centimeter, which are all interchangeable. Multiply by the density and then multiply by 1000 if given in one of the above units.

Two conversions are needed. One cubic centimeter is equal to 1 milliliter. So, 1 cubic decimeter is equal to 10 milliliters. 10 milliliters is equal to .01 liters. Then there are .01 liters per cubic decimeter.

1 mm is equal to 01 mm.

10kL equals 10,000 liters. (1,000 liters per kL)*Liters/1000 = kiloliters*Kiloliters x 1000 = liters

milli = .01 1 millimeter = .01 meters 1 milligram = .01 grams 1 milliliter = .01 liters etc.

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The conversion from liters to kilos depends on the substance being measured, as the density of a substance determines how much mass is contained in a certain volume. To convert, you need to know the density of the substance in question.