Identity. A litre is defined as a cubic decimetre.
"cubic decimeter", "cubic decimetre", "l" and "litre"
One liter is 1 cubic decimetre.
Yes - one litre is the same as a cubic decimetre. This can be shown by saying that a decimetre is equal to 10 centimetres, therefore a cubic decimetre is equal to 103 = 1000 cubic centimetres, or one litre.
The volume of 1 cubic decimetre (dm3) is the volume of 1 liter.
One litre is equal to one cubic decimetre.
none. 10x10x10 makes 1000 milliliter (is one liter)
A 350 engine has 3 hundred and 50 cubic inches. A 6.0L has 3 hundred and 64 cubic inches. 14 cubic inches of difference.
A litre is defined as (1 decimetre)3 = (10 cm)3 = 1000 cubic cm. There is no proof since the relationship is in the definition.