Guide

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There are several ways to calculate the volume in liters

**.If you encounter a fluid that is packaged in a bottle, there is always the amount specified in****liters**.However, there are containers in which the volume specified in cubic meters.From elementary school known that 1 m ^ 3 = 1000 liters.Accordingly, if you need to find the volume of a tank in liters**, you have to multiply the set value in cubic meters per 1/1000: a (l) = b (m ^ 3) * 0,001.Takim way, you can calculate the volume****liters in a given volume, measured in m ^ 3.This is a simple transfer from one unit to another SI.However, if the amount is still unknown to you, you will find it in the first meters, and then convert to liters.** 2

Suppose you know only the mass of the liquid in the
container.Using a simple formula, which is known from school physics course, we can find the volume.The formula looks like this: p = m / V, where m - mass of the fluid, p - density of liquid zhidkosti.Plotnost you can find, on the basis of the table data.In all physics textbooks given density of liquids, including water, oil, kerosene, and mercury t.d.Sootvetstvenno volume equals: V = m / p (m ^ 3) Next, as the scheme, V (n) =V (m ^ 3) * 0,001.

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If you know neither the volume nor the weight of the container, but it is clear stereometric figure, such as a cylinder, the volume can be found in two stages: first, it is necessary to carry out experimental measurements, and then - algebraic calculations.To do this you need to measure the radius of the base of the cylindrical container and its height.The volume of such containers will be equal to: V = πR ^ 2 * H, where R - radius of the base of the container, H - height (m ^ 3) Analogous, V (l) = V (m ^ 3) * 0,001.

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- formula for the volume in liters