One liter is the equivalent of approximately 0.2642 gallons. As both terms are measurements of volume, one can convert between the two by utilizing the fact that there are about 3.785 liters per gallon.

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Sixty-four fluid ounces is equivalent to 1.8927 liters. Each liter is equal to 33.814 ounces, so 64/33.814 = 5.41. The easiest way to complete unit conversions is to use an online conversion calculator, which allows user...

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A cubic unit represents a volume taken up by one unit of length, width and height. A liter is a three-dimensional unit of volume, not length; therefore, the term "cubic liter" does not make sense.

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Approximately 5.875 gallons of fluid fill 1 foot of a 12-inch pipe. To determine this, first find the volume of 1 foot of a 12-inch pipe, which is 1357.2 cubic inches, and then convert the volume from cubic inches into g...

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There are approximately 358 U.S. gallons per metric ton. According to conversion tables at the Iowa State University website, 1 United States gallon is equal to 0.002791 metric tons. Conversely, there are 1/0.002791 gall...

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A 100-pound propane tank holds 23.6 gallons of propane. A propane tank is considered full at 80 percent capacity and should be refilled as soon as possible if it drops to 30 percent capacity. Keeping the tank at an appro...

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There are four quarts in a gallon, assuming that one is using U.S. quarts and U.S. gallons. However, the ratio varies if using non-US units of measurement.

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