Since kilometres are used to measure distance while litres are used to measure volume, it is not possible to convert between the two units. Liters can be changed into different volume units like gallons or cubic metres.

Since both litres and kiloliters are units of volume measurement, the conversion is conceivable. The SI prefix “kilo-” modifies the liter’s base volume unit by a factor of 1,000. Consequently, 1,000 gallons make up one kiloliter. Other SI prefixes change the base units of measurement in various ways; for example, 1 millilitre equals one thousandth of a litre. One kilometre is equal to 1,000 metres, which serves as an example of how prefixes are used with distance measures.

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