One cubic yard is equivalent to approximately 764.55 liters. To convert a certain number of cubic yards to liters, one can multiply the number of cubic yards by 764.55. More » Science Measurements

To calculate how many kilometers per liter you are getting in your car, divide the number of miles driven by the number of liters used. If you've travelled 140 kilometers on 11 liters of gasoline, you divide 140 by 11 to... More »

To convert a liter to a gallon, set a proportion of one gallon to the number of liters it contains versus the number of liters known to x gallons. A gallon is legally defined in the United States as 2.31 cubic inches, or... More »

There are 1,000 liters in a cubic meter. A cubic meter consists of a cube with sides that all equal 1 meter in length. A liter is 1 cubic decimeter: a unit of volume with sides all equal to 1/10 of a meter. More »

There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard. The formula for a cubic foot is length x width x depth. The cubic foot is a 3-dimensional measurement of a linear formula of volume. More » Science Measurements

A cubic yard of normal concrete weighs approximately 4,000 pounds, according to Cemex. This may vary based on the mix design, the amount of hydration and environmental conditions. More »

A ton is a measurement of weight, and a cubic yard is a measurement of volume. The number of tons that a given cubic yard of material weighs depends on the material. More »