We are asked** how many 1-L bottles** are required to **contain 1 m ^{3} of liquid?**

This simply means that we need to **convert the volume to liters. **

Volume relationships. The volume occupied by a cube 1 m on each edge is one cubic meter, 1 m^{3}. Each cubic meter contains 1000 dm^{3}. One liter is the same volume as one cubic decimeter, 1 L = 1 dm^{3}. Each cubic decimeter contains 1000 cubic centimeters, 1 dm^{3} = 1000 cm^{3}. One cubic centimeter equals one milliliter, 1 cm^{3} = 1 mL.

How many 1-L bottles are required to contain 1 m^{3} of liquid?

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