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Converting Metric Volumes

1.
The number of milliliters in 0.0367 liters is
1. $0.367$ mL
2. $36.7$ mL
3. $3.67$ mL
4. $367$ mL
2.
Convert 736 mL to kL
1. .000736 kL
2. 736000 kL
3. .00736 kL
4. .0736 kL
3.
How many milliliters are in a hectoliter?
1. 100,000
2. 1,000,000
3. 100
4. 10,000
4.
There are 45 milliliters of vanilla extract in a dropper. How many liters of vanilla extract are in the dropper?
1. 0.045 liters
2. 0.45 liters
3. 4,500 liters
4. 45,000 liters
5.
Which capacities are written in order from greatest to least?
1. 5 milliliters, 2 liters, 1 liter
2. 2 liters, 5 milliliters, 1 liter
3. 1 liter, 2 liters, 5 milliliters
4. 2 liters, 1 liter, 5 milliliters
6.
Brenda drinks 4,200 milliliters (mL) of water every day. She wants to increase the amount to 6 liters a day. How many more milliliters of water will she have to drink to get to the desired amount?
1. 1,800 mL
2. 18 mL
3. 180 mL
4. 0.018 mL
7.
Dylan has 0.5 liters of water. He needs to find out how many milliliters of water he has so he can complete his science experiment. How many milliliters (mL) of water does Dylan have?
1. 0.005 mL
2. 0.0005 mL
3. 500 mL
4. 5000 mL
8.
Chase bought a 2-liter bottle of soda. How many milliliters of soda were in the bottle?
1. 20,000 mL
2. 20 mL
3. 200 mL
4. 2,000 mL
9.
Order these capacities from greatest to least:

5.21 L, 521 mL, 6 L, 5215 mL, 6001 mL

10.
How many 400 mL paper cups can be filled from a 16 L jug of lemonade?

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