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1.  One litre of water occupies a volume of 

Answer: Option D Explanation: No answer description available for this question.

Manish said: (Dec 7, 2012)  
1000 litre=1 m3=1,000,000 cm3, So 1 litre=1,000,000/1,000=1000cm3. 
Chetan said: (May 20, 2013)  
Just take a tank which has l X b X h = 1000 cm X 1000 cm X 1000 cm then fill the water so through that we can justify how much water it will consume? 
Minkle Mehta said: (Jun 15, 2013)  
l x b x h = 100 cm x 100 cm x 100 cm = 1000000 cm3. 1000 litre = 1000000 cm3. so 1 litre = 1000 cm3. 
Nanasaheb said: (Jun 16, 2013)  
We know that One litre is equal to 10^3 metre cube Hence we can say that one litre is equal to 1000 cm^3. 
Bilal Arshad said: (Sep 24, 2013)  
In centimeters: 10 cm X 10 cm X 10 cm. In millimeters: 100mm X 100mm X 100mm. Because 1 Cubic meter of volume can contain 1000 liters of water. 
Satya said: (Oct 3, 2013)  
1m3 = 1000 lts. And 1m3 = 1000000 cm3. Therefore 1lts = 1000 cm3. 
Sajan S said: (Jun 18, 2014)  
1m3 can occupies 1000ltr of water. So that 1 ltr occupies the space 1/1000 m3. ie; 100x100x100/1000 cm3 = 1000cm3. 
Vineet said: (Jul 26, 2014)  
In centimeters: 10 cm X 10 cm X 10 cm. In millimeters: 100mm X 100mm X 100mm. Because 1 Cubic meter of volume can contain 1000 liters of water. 
Jb Paul said: (Aug 27, 2014)  
1 m3 = 1000 liter of water. 1 m = 100 cm. 
Prudhvi Raj said: (Feb 18, 2015)  
Density of water = 1000 kg/m3. =>1000 kg = 1 m3. =>1 kg = 1/1000 m3. =>1 lit = 1000 cm3. 
Magesh said: (Feb 23, 2015)  
1 lit = 1000 m3. 1000000/1000 = 1000 cm3. 
Asis said: (Sep 16, 2015)  
1 litre = 10^3 m3. 
M.Dinesh said: (Jul 11, 2016)  
I want correct explanation, so please give me the right answer. 
Jitu said: (Jul 17, 2016)  
1Litre = 1/1000m^3. Then 1Litre = 1000000/1000 = 1000cm^3. 
Vipin Jha said: (Aug 29, 2016)  
One milliliter (1 mL) of water has a volume of 1 cubic centimeter (1cm3). Thus 1 ltr =1000ml and also vol of water is 1000 cm3. 
Md.Aftab Uddin said: (Oct 1, 2016)  
1000 L for water. 
Ajay said: (Oct 15, 2016)  
1 Litre = 1/1000 m^3. Then, 1 Litre = 1000000/1000 = 1000 cm^3. 
Dharmendra said: (Nov 29, 2016)  
=> 1000 kg = 1 m3. => 1 kg = 1/1000 m3. => 1 lit = 1000 cm3. 
Sandeep said: (Dec 8, 2016)  
Remember that most of the water tank in our houses of 1000 litre whose height is 1m keep that in mind. Then simply convert metre into centimetre that is 1000cm. 
Prabhakaran said: (Mar 26, 2017)  
One milliliter (1 mL) of water has a volume of 1 cubic centimetre (1cm3). 
Mukesh said: (May 24, 2017)  
L x b x h = 100 x 100 x 100. Can anyone justify this equation? 
Pradeep Gk said: (Oct 10, 2017)  
1000lt=1m^3 1lt=0.001m^3. 1lt=0.001*100^3 cm^3 1lt=1000cm^3. 1lt=1000*10^3 mm^3 1lt=1000000mm^3. 
Ravi Bareth said: (Oct 30, 2017)  
I want easy explanation please. 
Karan said: (Jan 30, 2018)  
Let (1m)^3=(100cm)^3. 1m^3=1000,000cm^3. But 1litre=0.001m^3. Then 10^3*1m^3=1000,000cm^3*10^3. 0.001m^3 = 1000cm^3. Therefore; 1 litre = 1000cm^3. 
Mech said: (Apr 4, 2018)  
No, the correct answer is 100 cm3. 
Shubham Sharma said: (Sep 4, 2018)  
1 liter=1 deci meter cube; 1 dm=10 cm. Hence 1 dm^3=1000 cm^3=1 liter. 
Reshmi said: (Jan 12, 2020)  
1litre 1000m^3 and 1m^3=10^6cm^3. so now can we write as: 1litre=1000cm^3? Please tell me. 
Naveen Yadav said: (Jul 9, 2020)  
1 litre is equal to 0.001 metre cube than convert in to centimetre cube, here take the 0.001metre cube and multiple with 100 cube. Then, 1 metre = 100 centimetre. 
Lalit said: (Aug 2, 2021)  
1 liter is 10*3 = 1000. 
Sonju Kumar said: (Apr 11, 2022)  
From simple observation, we can say that one millilitre of a substance is the same as one cubic centimetre of that substance 1. 1 mL = 1 cm3. 1000 mL = 1000 cm3. 1 L = 1000 cm3. 
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