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Fuel Consumption Unit Converter

To use this fuel conversion form, you will need to input two values: the fuel amount and the fuel unit.

For the fuel amount, enter the numerical value of the amount of fuel you want to convert. For example, if you have 5 liters of fuel, you would enter "5" as the fuel amount.

For the fuel unit, select either "L/100km" or "km/L" from the dropdown menu. "L/100km" stands for liters per 100 kilometers, and "km/L" stands for kilometers per liter. Choose the option that matches the unit of measurement for your fuel amount. For example, if you have entered "5" as the fuel amount and your fuel is measured in liters per 100 kilometers, you would select "L/100km" from the dropdown menu.

Once you have inputted both the fuel amount and fuel unit, click the "Convert" button to see the conversion result. The result will be displayed in the "Result" field below the form.

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Additional information about the calculator

The formula for converting liters per 100 kilometers (L/100km) to kilometers per liter (km/L) is:

km/L = 100 / L/100km

For example, if you want to convert 10 L/100km to km/L, you can plug the values into the formula like this:

km/L = 100 / 10 L/100km
km/L = 10 km/L

So 10 L/100km is equivalent to 10 km/L.

On the other hand, if you want to convert 20 km/L to L/100km, you can use the same formula:

L/100km = 100 / 20 km/L
L/100km = 5 L/100km

So 20 km/L is equivalent to 5 L/100km.

Example: If a car uses 12 liters per 100 kilometers, you can find out how many kilometers it can travel on one liter of fuel by dividing 100 by 12. This gives you 8.33 kilometers per liter.

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