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A litre is defined as a a cubic decimetre or 1 000 cubic centimetres. It used to be defined as the volume of 1 kilogram of water under certain conditions.

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Posted on Mar 29, 2015

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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The model number usually depicts what size fridge it is. ED 5 ?? That would suggest 5 cubic feet. ?? In Australia, fridges are measured in litre size. IE/ a fridge with say a model of HE550 would suggest 550 litres ( a reasonably big fridge)

Apr 09, 2015 | Refrigerators

1174 L X 61.0237 CU IN =7164.CU INS +.182

Apr 06, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

Hi Greg:

1 cc equals .0610239 cubic inches. That's messy to work with.

Many engines are now show in litres, which are multiples of 1000 cc .

1000 cc would be 61.0239 cubic inches (moved decimal 3 spaces)

So for any engine, get the displacement in cc and multiply by .O610239.

Example: A 5 litre engine would be 306.195 cubic inches. Close enough to the 305 we know so well.

1 cc equals .0610239 cubic inches. That's messy to work with.

Many engines are now show in litres, which are multiples of 1000 cc .

1000 cc would be 61.0239 cubic inches (moved decimal 3 spaces)

So for any engine, get the displacement in cc and multiply by .O610239.

Example: A 5 litre engine would be 306.195 cubic inches. Close enough to the 305 we know so well.

Mar 22, 2015 | Garden

One cubic metre is one thousand litres, so multiplying 2500 cubic metres by one thousand litres per cubic metre gives 2,500,000 litres.

Feb 18, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

5.7 litres is about 348 cubic inches.

Apr 15, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The volume of a cylinder is pi*l*r^2, where l is the length and r is the radius (and pi, of course, is about 3.14159).

pi * 6m * 0.3m^2 is just under 17 cubic metres (17 m^3). A cubic metre is 1000 litres, so the volume is about 17,000 litres.

pi * 6m * 0.3m^2 is just under 17 cubic metres (17 m^3). A cubic metre is 1000 litres, so the volume is about 17,000 litres.

Feb 26, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One cubic meter is 1000 litres.

Feb 06, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

There are one thousand litres per cubic meter.

Jan 15, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One cubic meter is 1000 litres. This is true for sea water, fresh water, and molten steel.

Oct 03, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

volume of a cylinder = height time Pi r squared

dia = 43cm so radius = 21.5cm

so 109 x 3.14 x 21.5squared = 158209.69 cubic cm

1 cubic cm = 0.001 litre

so 158.20969 litres

with a more correct value for Pi is actually 158.28993 Litres

dia = 43cm so radius = 21.5cm

so 109 x 3.14 x 21.5squared = 158209.69 cubic cm

1 cubic cm = 0.001 litre

so 158.20969 litres

with a more correct value for Pi is actually 158.28993 Litres

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