One liter is usually equivalent to about 4 cups, but there are different kinds of cups. The measurement changes slightly depending on if one is using metric, U.S. customary, U.S. "legal," Canadian, Imperial, Japanese or traditional Japanese cups.
Continue ReadingThe simplest conversion is metric. One liter is equal to 4 metric cups. On the other hand, in America, 1 liter is equal to 4.22675283773 U.S. customary cups and 4.16666666667 U.S. legal cups. Canadian cups are slightly smaller, and 4.3993850 Canadian cups make 1 liter. Imperial cups are rarely used, but 3.52112676056 Imperial cups equal 1 liter. It takes five of the smaller Japanese cups to make 1 liter. And the traditional Japanese cup is even smaller; 5.55555555556 traditional Japanese cups make 1 liter.
Learn more about MeasurementsThe base unit of measure for the volume of a solid is the cubic meter, while the liter is often used for measuring liquid volumes. However, the cubic meter is also used for very large volumes of liquid, as 1 cubic meter is equivalent to 1,000 liters.
Full Answer >A liter is a metric system measurement for volume. One kilogram of water is equal to one liter. One liter is equivalent to 1.0567 liquid US quarts, making a quart the slightly larger volume.
Full Answer >A U.S. quart is slightly smaller than a liter. One liter equals approximately 1.06 U.S. quarts. Another way to express the relationship between the quart and the liter is to say that 1 quart equals 0.946 liter.
Full Answer >The density of water varies with temperature, thus the grams of water in 1 liter varies. While 1 gram per milliliter is the commonly reported value for the density of water, the actual value is less than this.
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