   Chapter 1, Problem 10RPS

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Textbook Problem

Some soft drinks are sold in bottles with a volume of 1.5 L What is this volume in milliliters? In cubic centimeters? In cubic decimeters?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The volume of soft drink bottles in millilitres, cubic centimeters and cubic decimeters to be given.

Concept Introduction:

Conversion of litres to millilitres:1L = 1000 ml

Conversion of litres to cubic centimeters:1L = 1000 cm3

Conversion of litres to cubic decimeters:1L = 1dm3

Explanation

The volume of soft drink bottles in millilitres, cubic centimeters and cubic decimeters is calculated as,

Conversion of liters to millilitres:

Conversion of liters to millilitres:Given: Volume = 1.5 LKnown: 1L = 1000 ml  Whereas,1.5 L is,=1.5 L×1000 ml 1L=1500 ml.

The obtained Volume of soft drink bottles in millilitres is 1500 ml.

Conversion of litres to cubic centimeters:

Conversion of litres to cubic centimeters:Given: Volume = 1.5 LKnown: 1L = 1000 cm3   Whereas,1.5 L is,=1

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