megagliano wrote:For a formula where 1 fluid oz (1/8 cup) is to be added to 150 gallons (and 50 ml added to 250 gallons), how much of the formula is to be added to 1 gallon?
50 5 1 0.2
--- = -- = - = ---
250 25 5 1
guest wrote:what is the dl equvilant to 1 1/3 cups?
moe wrote:the correct character symbol for litres in the International System of Units (SI), the current metric system if you like, is an uppercase L
this was set in SI over thirty years ago because of the confusion of:
l l
being one litres or eleven. this was especially true in the health profession
note that SI is case sensitive ... meaning that all the prefixes and units have specific character symbols
moe
allegrettii wrote:5 AND 1/4 qt=-------------how many pints? 12 pt=---------------how many gallons? 8tbsp=--------how many fluid oz?
Knight wrote:megagliano wrote:For a formula where 1 fluid oz (1/8 cup) is to be added to 150 gallons (and 50 ml added to 250 gallons), how much of the formula is to be added to 1 gallon?
Using 50 ml / 250 gallons makes it easy.
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50 5 1 0.2
--- = -- = - = ---
250 25 5 1
You need to add 0.2 ml per gallon.
Knight wrote:guest wrote:what is the dl equvilant to 1 1/3 cups?
1.33 cups is 0.3147 l, therefore 0.03147 dl.
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Knight wrote:guest wrote:what is the dl equvilant to 1 1/3 cups?
1.33 cups is 0.3147 l, therefore 0.03147 dl.
Go to http://www.convert-me.com/en/convert/volume
allegrettii wrote:5 AND 1/4 qt=-------------how many pints? 12 pt=---------------how many gallons? 8tbsp=--------how many fluid oz?
Anonymous wrote:Knight wrote:guest wrote:what is the dl equvilant to 1 1/3 cups?
1.33 cups is 0.3147 l, therefore 0.03147 dl.
Go to http://www.convert-me.com/en/convert/volume
You slipped a digit there, as dL is deciliter. Should be 3.147 dL. (Although dL is rarely used. In Europe 31.47 cL may be used, in the US, 314.7 mL)
Had it been dekaliters, it would have been 0.3147 daL