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*Subject*: Re: [at-l] converting*From*: "Kenneth R. Knight" <krk@home.msen.com>*Date*: Sat, 25 Mar 2000 02:14:11 -0500

Yes. The Liter is the unit of volume. To convert from cubic inches to liters: cu. in. * 0.0163 = liters For example: 3500 * 0.0163 = 57.05 liters. If you want to turn that into mililiters just multiply that result by 1,000. A cubic inch contains 16.3 mililiters. By the way one cubic inch is about 0.55 fluid ounces (US). A liter is around 61 cubic inches. There are many web sites that have measurement conversion calculators. Here are a few: http://www.kasap.usask.ca/SERVER/kasap/tables/conversion.html http://www.mplik.ru/~sg/transl/capacity.html http://www.iagora.com/pages/html/etc/misc/conversions.html [ actually there is a nicer one, better interface, but I don't seem to have it marked. ] ** Ken ** On 3/24/2000 11:21 PM Wisperlight miller84@matrix.newpaltz.edu wrote: >how does one convert from CUBIC INCHES to LITERS? > >how big is a mili-liter is it 1x1 x1 mili-meter? ** Kenneth Knight Web Design, IT Consultant, Software Engineer ** ** krk@home.msen.com http://home.msen.com/~krk ** * From the AT-L | Need help? http://www.backcountry.net/faq.html * ==============================================================================

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