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Converstion Tables

This Table converts Liters to US Gallons ( L to US Gal ) and backwards gallons to liters

Conversion Chart / Table

Liters to U.S. gallon
Conversion Chart / Table:
U.S. gallon to liters
Conversion Chart / Table:

1 L = 0.264 gal
2 = 0.528
3 = 0.793
4 = 1.057
5 = 1.321
6 = 1.585
7 = 1.849
8 = 2.113
9 = 2.378
10 = 2.642
20 L = 5.283
30 = 7.925
40 = 10.567
50 = 13.209

60 = 15.85
70 = 18.492
80 = 21.134
90 = 23.775
100 = 26.417
200 = 52.834
250 = 66.043
300 = 79.251
350 = 92.460
400 = 105.668
450 = 118.877
500= 132.086
1000 = 264.172
2500 = 660.430

1 gal = 3.785 L
2 = 7.571
3 = 11.356
4 = 15.142
5 = 18.927
6 = 22.712
7 = 26.498
8 = 30.283
9 = 34.069
10 = 37.8541
20 gal = 75.708 30 = 113.562
40 = 151.416
50 = 189.271
60 = 227.125
70 = 264.979
80 = 302.833
90 = 340.687
100 = 378.541
200 = 757.082
250 = 946.352
300 = 1135.623
350 = 1324.89
400 = 1514.164
450 = 1703.435
500= 1892.705
1000 = 3785.412
2500 = 9463.529

 

1 US gallon equals
1 Imperial gallon equals
1 Liter equals
1 US gallon
1.20095042  US gallon
0.264172052 US gallon
0.83267384 Imp gallon
1 Imp gallon
0.219969157 Imp gallon
3.78541178 Liter
4.54609188 Liter
1 Liter

A liter is defined as one cubic decimetre (1 L = 1 cubic dm).
Hence 1 L = 0.001 cubic m.
1 gallon (gal) = 3.785411784 litres (L) = 231 cubic inches = 4 qt = 128 fl oz.
U.S. liquid gallon is defined as 231 cubic inches and is equal to 3.785411784 litres or
about 0.13368 cubic feet. The word "litre" came from an older French unit, the litron,
the name came from Greek via Latin. The metric system used litre as a volume unit.

 

Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversions

Celsius
Fahrenheit
 
Fahrenheit
Celsius
0
32
 
0
-17.78
10
50
 
10
-12.22
20
68
 
20
-6.67
30
86
 
30
-1.11
40
104
 
40
4.44
50
122
 
50
10
60
140
 
60
15.56
70
158
 
70
21.11
80
176
 
80
26.67
90
194
 
90
32.22
100
212
 
100
37.78
110
230
 
110
43.33
120
248
 
120
48.89
 
130
54.44
 
140
60
 
150
65.56
 
160
71.11
 
170
76.67
 
180
82.22

FACTS: Water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius (C), and boils at 100 degrees C. Celcius was previously referred to as Centigrade.

FACTS: On the Fahrenheit scale, water freezes at 32 degrees F (0 degrees C), and boils
at 212 degrees F (100 degrees C). Celcius was previously referred to as Centigrade.


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