How many kiloliters in a liter?
Since kilo means "thousand" then there would be 1/1000th of a kiloliter in one liter or 0.001 kiloliters = 1.0 liters
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1 kiloliter = 1000 liters 4 kiloliters = 4000 liters
There are 0.001kiloliters in one liter.
There's no such thing. If there is, it would be 1000.
17,000 liters The prefix kilo- means 1000.
There are 1000 litres in one kilolitre. Therefore, 10 litres is equal to 10/1000 = 0.01 kilolitres.
1 kl = 1000 L
There are 1,000 liters per kiloliter.
Such that a kilometre is equal to 1000 metres, so a kilolitre is equal to 1000 litres. Therefore, 4800 litres is equal to 4800 / 1000 = 4.8 kilolitres.
35 liters = .035 kiloliters
20kL equals 20,000 liters. (1,000 liters per kL) . Liters/1000 = kiloliters . Kiloliters x 1000 = liters
Well, first lets go over the metric system prefixes. K ilo, H ecto, D eca, BASE U NIT, D eci, C enti, M illi. Here's an acronym to remember, K ing H enry D ied U ne…xpectedly D rinking C ement M ix (or C hocolate M ilk). So if you want to convert 473 liters to kiloliters, move the decimal over however many times to the left as it does to get from Base Unit (liter) to Kilo (kiloliter). 1000 liters are in a kiloliter, so it is .473 kiloliters . Just for future advice, with the metric system it is as simple as moving a decimal. 10 cm=1 decimeter. 100 cm= 1 meter. 1000 ml= 1 liter. To convert a smaller unit (milli, for example) to a larger unit (base unit for example), you move the decimal times however times to the left (milli, centi, deci, base unit). 3 spaces, so 1000 milliliters are in a liter. I hope that makes sense!
There are 1000 litres in one kilolitre. Therefore, 4000 litres is equal to 4000/1000 = 4 kilolitres.
There are 1000 litres in one kilolitre. Therefore, 1000 kilolitres is equal to 1000 x 1000 = 1000000 litres.