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Using the following conversions between the metric and U.S. systems, convert the measurement.
Round your answer to 6 decimal places as needed

1 meter ~3.28 ft
1 Liter ~ 0.26 gallon
1 kilogram ~ 2.20 pounds

23.131 = ? pt.

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  1. Please can someone help me I am lost and can not figure this out

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  2. 23.131 what?
    since pt is a volume, I assume you want to convert liters.

    23.131L * 0.26gal/L * 8pt/gal = 48.112 pt
    Notice how the units cancel out, leaving the one you want.

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  3. its 23.131 kl

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  4. well, I'm sure you can make the adjustment, since 1kL = 1000L

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