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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jonathan T, Mar 21, 2003.
Does anyone know the conversion rate to go from liters to cubic feet?
I think it's 1cu-ft = 28.3 liters
Nevermind guys, I found it.
I didn't see your post Brian, but your off by just a little, it's actually 29.56085 liters to every cubic foot and the recpricle of 29.56085 cubic foot to every liter.
No, Brian is right. 1.0ft^3 = 28.3 liters
There are 12*2.54 cms/foot. 30.48^3 equals 28316.846592 cubic centimeters or 28.3 liters.
Brian is right. 1 cubic foot = 28.3168 liters. Do a google search on "metric conversion"... there are a bunch of sites to help you.
Brian's right. Isaac and Dave are also right, but I suggest they each engage a therapist to find out what's driving them to use 6 or more significant digits for their conversions.
Try this site for all conversions, it's great everyone should have this bookmarked.
I use this freeware program.
Oops, this is where I got my information from: http://agguide.agronomy.psu.edu/weight.htm
Maybe my math is wrong or the numbers on the page are wrong.
Mike and pete, thanks.
Dan, it's always been a habbit of mine to only round down the final answer (to the smallest significant digits among the factors used; 3 in this case)
I like vanilla ice cream with my 3.1415926..........
Um tim, that was something I'd expect from my Algebra 2 teacher.