This tool is designed to make it easy for you in converting from cubic meters to liters and vice versa. Here is a quick guide on how to use it:
1. Enter the value into the box. E.g. 10
2. Select cubic meter option in the left box, and liter in the right side.
3. Click on the convert button.
Then, you will see the result just below it: 10 cubic meters = 10000 liters
You can convert from cubic meter to liter by multiplying number of cubic meter with 1000 (1 m³ = 1000 L).
Example: 10 m³ = ? L
Solution: 10 x 1000 = 10000 L
Here is a pre calculation from cubic meter to liter table:
Cubic meters | Liters | Cubic meters | Liters | |
1 | 1000 | 15 | 15000 | |
2 | 2000 | 16 | 16000 | |
3 | 3000 | 17 | 17000 | |
4 | 4000 | 18 | 18000 | |
5 | 5000 | 19 | 19000 | |
6 | 6000 | 20 | 20000 | |
7 | 7000 | 30 | 30000 | |
8 | 8000 | 40 | 40000 | |
9 | 9000 | 50 | 50000 | |
10 | 10000 | 60 | 60000 | |
11 | 11000 | 70 | 70000 | |
12 | 12000 | 80 | 80000 | |
13 | 13000 | 90 | 90000 | |
14 | 14000 | 100 | 100000 |
Cubic meter is a SI unit of volume. It is equal to 1000 liters. A cubic meter is about 264.17 U.S. liquid gallons or 219.99 British Imperial gallons.
Liter or litre is the common metric unit of volume. The unit is spelled liter in the U.S. and litre in Britain.
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