# dekalitre to pint (US dry) conversion

Conversion number between dekalitre [daL] and pint (US dry) [pt (US dry)] is 18.161659685377. This means, that dekalitre is bigger unit than pint (US dry).

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from pint (US dry) to dekalitre conversion

### Enter the number in dekalitre:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [daL]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in pint (US dry)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 dekalitre = (exactly) (0.01) / (5.506104713575*10^-04) = 18.161659685377 pint (US dry)
• 1 pint (US dry) = (exactly) (5.506104713575*10^-04) / (0.01) = 0.05506104713575 dekalitre
• ? dekalitre × (0.01  ("m³"/"dekalitre")) / (5.506104713575*10^-04  ("m³"/"pint (US dry)")) = ? pint (US dry)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between dekalitre to cubic-metre and cubic-metre to pint (US dry) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from dekalitre to pint (US dry) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

dekalitre
Result in pint (US dry):
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### dekalitre to pint (US dry) conversion chart

 Start value: [dekalitre] Step size [dekalitre] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
dekalitrepint (US dry)
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10181.61659685377
20363.23319370754
30544.84979056131
40726.46638741508
50908.08298426886
601089.6995811226
701271.3161779764
801452.9327748302
901634.5493716839
1001816.1659685377
1101997.7825653915
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about dekalitre and pint (US dry) units:

Convert Dekalitre to other unit:

### dekalitre

Definition of dekalitre unit: = 10 L. Dekalitre is equivalent to volume of ten litres

Convert Pint (US dry) to other unit:

### pint (US dry)

Definition of pint (US dry) unit: ≡  1⁄64 bu (US lvl) ≡  1⁄8 gal (US dry). US dry pint is unit of volume equal to one-eighth of an US dry gallon = 550.6104713575×10−6 m³

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