Why can't you just convert meters cubed to mL >> then >> convert mL to Liters? Giving: 0.019L (after Sig Figs)?? This references the video "Converting Metric Units of Volume."
A cubic metre is a HUGE volume. And
Sometimes I remember that
It is worthwhile getting your head around these problems. If there is an issue you want further clarified ask away, and someone will help you.
There's no reason why you can't … if you know the conversion factors.
(By the way, the correct answer is 18 800 L.)
Do you know that the conversion is
If so, you can write
However, that seems to me to be taking the long way around.
I would bet that more people remember the conversion,
They would write
Both methods are equally valid.