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In this lesson, we will learn how to convert units of capacity from the customary system to the metric system and vice versa.

Q1:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, how many millilitres there are in 1.49 cups.

Q2:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, the number of litres in 4.28 qt.

Q3:

Determine, to the nearest tenth, the number of litres in 1.7 gal.

Q4:

Convert 82.83 L to gallons, rounding the answer to the nearest tenth.

Q5:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, the number of cups that can hold 536.6 mL.

Q6:

Complete the following using < , = , or > : 9 β¦ 2 9 m y d 3 3 .

Q7:

1 L of water was poured equally into 8 cups. Find the volume of water in each cup.

Q8:

Determine, to the nearest tenth, how many milliliters there are in 12.68 pt.

Q9:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, the number of litres in 6.87 qt.

Q10:

Determine, to the nearest tenth, the number of litres in 6 gal.

Q11:

Determine, to the nearest tenth, the number of litres in 8.9 gal.

Q12:

Convert 14.06 L to gallons, rounding the answer to the nearest tenth.

Q13:

Convert 25.66 L to gallons, rounding the answer to the nearest tenth.

Q14:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, how many millilitres there are in 2 cups.

Q15:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, the number of cups that can hold 127 mL.

Q16:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, the number of cups that can hold 895.7 mL.

Q17:

Determine, to the nearest tenth, how many milliliters there are in 17.9 pt.

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