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by Eugene on 09/20/05 at 21:51:55

About what is the volume of a megaliter? Like I need an example... like one of the Great Lakes?


Re: Help please...
by Robert Fogt on 09/21/05 at 01:51:36

A megaliter is much smaller than that.

The smallest of the Great Lakes holds about 484,000,000 megaliters, while the biggest of the Great Lakes holds about 12,100,000,000 megaliters.

If you were to dump a megaliter on a U.S. football field, it would fill up to a height of about 9 inches.


Re: Help please...
by Eugene on 09/24/05 at 18:47:22

OK then... hoe about a gigaliter? Is that about a Great Lake? This science project is horrid...


Re: Help please...
by Robert Fogt on 09/24/05 at 19:39:05

The smallest of the Great Lakes holds about 484 gigaliters or 0.484 teraliters.

The largest of the Great Lakes holds about 12100 gigaliters or about 12.1 teraliters.

All the great lakes together hold about 23 teraliters of water.

You might use teraliter, the petaliter is the next biggest after that.

Though you really picked a big body of water.  The Great lakes hold over 90% of the U.S. water suppy.  It is a very big body of water, the largest fresh water supply in the world.


Re: Help please...
by mathgeek on 10/06/05 at 08:32:50

::)ll thats easy! the volume of that is exactly .4857395 cm  per yard! hope this helps!!! :-*/f ;Dt >:(


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