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# How do you calculate kilometers per liter?

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To calculate how many kilometers per liter you are getting in your car, divide the number of miles driven by the number of liters used. If you've travelled 140 kilometers on 11 liters of gasoline, you divide 140 by 11 to reach 12.73 kilometers per liter.

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To find these two numbers, make note of the number of kilometers on your car's odometer the next time you stop for gasoline. The next time you fill up, subtract the first number from the current number on the odometer. This will be the number of kilometers travelled which you will then divide by the number of liters it takes to fill your car's tank.

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## Related Questions

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Converting liters into kilometers is not possible, as liters are used to measure volume while kilometers are used to measure distance. Liters may be converted into other volume measurements such as gallons or cubic meters.

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Fifty centiliters is equal to 0.5 liters, also known as a half liter. This is because 100 centiliters make up 1 liter, or to put it differently, 1 centiliter is equal to 0.01 liters.

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One liter equals 1,000 grams, so 250 grams is the equivalent to 0.25 liters. A liter is a measure of volume, and 1 cubic meter is the equivalent of 1,000 liters or 1,000,000 grams.