## A liter (L) is a little over 1 quart. A milliliter (mL) is 1/1000 of a liter or

Question

A liter (L) is a little over 1 quart.
A milliliter (mL) is 1/1000 of a liter or about 0.03 oz.
A kiloliter (kL) is 1,000 liters or about 250 gallons.

Directions: Solve the following problems.

1. 5,000 mL = ______ L
2. 2,000 L = _______ kL
3. 3 L = _____ mL

4. Write the missing until: L, mL, or kL.

A teaspoon holds about 5 ___ of medicine.

A birdbath might hold 5______ of water.

A tablespoon holds about 15 _____ of salt.

A bowl holds about 250 _____ of soup.

We drank about 4 _______ of punch at the party.

5. Is a mL closer to 4 drops or 4 teaspoonfuls?

6. How many glasses of juice containing 250 mL each could you pour from a 1-L jug?

7. How much water would you need to water an average-sized lawn, 1 kL or 1 L?

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1. 1. 5,000 mL = 5 L
2. 2,000 L = 2 kL
3. 3 L = 3,000 mL

4. Write the missing until: L, mL, or kL.

A teaspoon holds about 5 milliliters of medicine.

A birdbath might hold 5 liters of water.

A tablespoon holds about 15 milliliters of salt.

A bowl holds about 250 milliliters of soup.

We drank about 4 liters of punch at the party.

5. Is a mL closer to 4 drops or 4 teaspoonfuls? drops

6. How many glasses of juice containing 250 mL each could you pour from a 1-L jug? 4

7. How much water would you need to water an average-sized lawn, 1 kL or 1 L?
1 kL

2. 1. 5L
2. 2L
3. 3000mL

4. mL
L
kL
L
kL

5. Teaspoonfuls

6. 0.250L

7. 1kL