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Q: What is 10% of 6 liters explained step by step?

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1 microliter = 1.0 × 10-6 liters

102% of 6 litres = 6*10/100 = 0.6 litres.

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1 ÂµL = 10-6 L. ÂµL is the symbol for microliter. Going from microliter to liters, you are going to move the decimal place 6 times to the left. Remember that moving to the left makes the number smaller. 10 ÂµL Ã— 10-6 = .00001 L

Microliters at 10 to the negative 6 liters, therefore in one liter there are 10 to the 6th microliters.

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Two-tenths of 3 liters is .6 liters There are one thousand milliliters in one liter. So in .6 liters, there are 600 milliliters.

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