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Postby chawlak@region.halton.on. » Tue Jul 13, 2004 9:44 pm

How do I convert -yard to liters.

Re: conversion

Postby Knight » Wed Jul 14, 2004 12:58 am

chawlak@region.halton.on. wrote:How do I convert -yard to liters.
You can't.

Yards are a measurement of length. Liters are a measurement of volume. You're asking how much volume there is in a line. Can't be done.

For an object to have volume, it must have three dimensions. You can convert a cubic yard (a box one yard by one yard by one yard) to a value in liters. (There are 4587.329 liters in a cubic Yard)
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