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how to convert cenimeters to liters

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  1. anonymous
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    move the decimal point two places to the left

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    since the metric system is in base 10 you can just move the decimals KHD base unit DCM

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    kilo-hecto-deca base unit deci-centi-milli

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    so jump from the different prefixes to see how many times and which direction to move decimal point

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    what? you cannot convert a unit of length to a unit of volume

  6. anonymous
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    METRIC SYSTEM!

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