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how to compute cubic centimeter to liter manually.. if cubic cm. is 160 ... please..

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    1cm^3 = 10^-3 L

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    160 cm^3 = 160 * 10^-3 L = 0.160 L

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    @BieberJustin you could have asked it there itself.

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    @Yahoo! already give the answer, but you still bump this. 1 \(cm^3\)= 1 mL where 1 L = 1000 mL

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