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Milliliters and Liters
A lliter (L) and a milliliter (mL) are two units for
measuring capacity in the metric system.
The bottle pictured at the right holds 1 L of water.
About twenty drops of water equals 1 mL.
To convert liters to milliliters, To convert milliliters to liters,
multiply by 1,000. divide by 1,000.
9 L x 1,000 = 9,000 mL 13,000 mL ? 1,000 = 13 L
Determine which amount is more. Write the larger amount on the line. If the
amounts are equal, write the word equal on the line.
1. 3 L or 300 mL of milk 1. ____________________________
2. 10,000 mL or 10 L of juice 2. ____________________________
3. 60 L or 60,000 mL of vegetable oil 3. ____________________________
4. 140,000 mL or 1,400 L of water 4. ____________________________
5. 37 L or 38,000 mL of soap 5. ____________________________
6. 500 mL or 1 L of vinegar 6. ____________________________
7. 9 L or 950 mL of maple syrup 7. ____________________________
8. 7,000 mL or 7 L of cleaning fluid 8. ____________________________
9. 10,100 mL or 10 L of gasoline 9. ____________________________
10. 8 L or 8,001 mL of jam 10. ___________________________
11. 66,000 mL or 66 L of lemonade 11. ___________________________
12. 801 L or 810,000 mL of honey 12. ___________________________
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Milliliters and Liters
A liter (L) and a milliliter (mL) are two units for
measuring capacity in the metric system.
The bottle pictured at the right holds 1 L of water.
About twenty drops of water equals 1 mL.
To convert liters to milliliters, To convert milliliters to liters,
multiply by 1,000. divide by 1,000.
9 L x 1,000 = 9,000 mL 13,000 mL ? 1,000 = 13 L
Determine which amount is more. Write the larger amount on the line. If the
amounts are equal, write the word equal on the line.
1. 3 L or 300 mL of milk 1. 3 L
2. 10,000 mL or 10 L of juice 2. equal
3. 60 L or 60,000 mL of vegetable oil 3. equal
4. 140,000 mL or 1,400 L of water 4. 1,400 L
5. 37 L or 38,000 mL of soap 5. 38,000 mL
6. 500 mL or 1 L of vinegar 6. 1 L
7. 9 L or 950 mL of maple syrup 7. 9 L
8. 7,000 mL or 7 L of cleaning fluid 8. equal
9. 10,100 mL or 10 L of gasoline 9. 10,100 mL
10. 8 L or 8,001 mL of jam 10. 8,001 mL
11. 66,000 mL or 66 L of lemonade 11. equal
12. 801 L or 810,000 mL of honey 12. 810,000 mL
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