Q: What is the answer to 125mL equals 12.5L?

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100 liters

31.25 ml

To determine how many 125ml containers are needed to fill 2.5L, we first need to convert 2.5L to ml. Since 1L is equal to 1000ml, 2.5L is equal to 2500ml. Next, we divide 2500ml by 125ml to find the number of containers needed. Therefore, 20 125ml containers would be required to fill 2.5L.

125 ml = 0.125 litres

The idea is to divide the mass by the volume.

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You mentioned cm2, which is square cm, a unit of area. The Liter is a unit of volume, related to cubic cm or cm3. I assume you mean 125 cm3. 1 cm3 = 1 mL = (1/1000) L = .001L 125 cm3 = 125mL = .125L

If you weigh out 125g of solid butter and then melt it you will end up with exactly 125ml of liquid butter.This is just fractionally under 3/4 of a cup of liquid butter.

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125 ml of milk is equivalent to approximately 0.53 cups.

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It depends on what's being measured. For water, 1cc = 1ml = 1g. Therefore, 125ml of water is 125g.

100 liters

31.25 ml

60 to 65 depending on weight