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VOLUME CONVERTER

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VOLUME CONVERSION TABLE

FromUS gallonsImperial gallonCubic footCubic yardCubic InchCubic Mile
US gallon 1 0.83 0.134 4.95 10-3 231 1.61
Imprerial gallon 1.2 1 0.16 5.9 10-3 277.4 9.14 10-4
Cubic foot 7.48 6.23 1 0.037 1728 3.05 10-4
Cubic yard 202 168.2 27 1 4.7 104 2.54 10-5
Cubic inch 4.3 10-3 3.6 10-3 5.79 10-4 2.1 10-5 1 0.001
Cubic mile 0.621 1094 3280 39370 1000 1
Cubic millimeter 2.64 10-7 2.2 10-7 3.5 10-8 1.31 10-9 6.1 10-5 0.1
Liter 0.26 0.22 3.5 10-2 1.3 10-3 61 0.00001
Milliliter 2.6 10-4 2.2 10-4 3.5 10-5 1.3 10-6 6.1 10-2 0.0001
Cubic meter 264.2 220 35.3 1.308 6.1 104 0.000001
Cubic kilometer 6.2 10-10 1.09 10-6 3.28 10-6 3.9 10-5 10-6 10-9
Cubic centimeter 2.64 10-4 2.2 10-4 3.5 10-5 1.3 10-6 0.061 10-12
FromCubic millimeterLiterMilliliterCubic meterCubic kilometerCubic centimeter
US gallon 3.79 106 3.79 3.79 103 3.79 10-3 1.61 107 3.79 103
Imperial gallon 4.55 106 4.55 4.55 103 4.55 10-3 9.14 105 4.55 103
Cubic foot 2.83 107 28.3 2.83 104 2.8 10-2 3.05 105 2.83 104
Cubic yard 7.65 108 765 7.65 105 0.765 2.54 104 7.65 105
Cubic inch 1.64 104 1.64 10-2 16.4 1.6 10-5 106 16.4
Cubic mile 10 105 104 106 109 1012
Cubic millimeter 1 10-6 10-3 10-9 108 10-3
Liter 106 1 103 10-3 104 103
Milliliter 103 10-3 1 10-6 105 1
Cubic meter 109 103 106 1 103 106
Cubic kilometer 10-8 10-4 10-5 10-3 1 103
Cubic centimeter 103 10-3 1 10-6 10-3 1

DEFINATION OF VOLUME

Volume is the amount of three-dimensional space encased by a shut surface, for instance, the space that a substance (strong, fluid, gas, or plasma) or shape possesses or contains. Volume is regularly measured numerically utilizing the SI determined unit, the cubic meter. The volume of a compartment is commonly comprehended to be the limit of the holder; or the measure of liquid (gas or fluid) that the compartment could hold, instead of the measure of room the holder itself uproots. Three dimensional numerical shapes are likewise allocated volumes. Volumes of some basic shapes, for example, normal, straight-edged, and roundabout shapes can be handily determined utilizing number juggling equations. Volumes of confounded shapes can be determined with vital math if a recipe exists for the shape's limit. One-dimensional figures, (for example, lines) and two-dimensional shapes, (for example, squares) are relegated zero volume in the three-dimensional space.

The volume of a strong (regardless of whether normally or sporadically formed) can be dictated by liquid dislodging. Uprooting of fluid can likewise be utilized to decide the volume of a gas. The joined volume of two substances is generally more noteworthy than the volume of only one of the substances. Nonetheless, some of the time one substance disintegrates in the other and in such cases the consolidated volume isn't added substance.