### Video Transcript

Arrange in ascending order: 1800
cubic centimeters, 6.8 cubic decimeters, 1.3 cubic decimeters, and 1100 cubic
centimeters.

As we are asked to arrange the
values in ascending order, we need to do so from least to greatest. In order to do this, we need to
ensure that our units are the same. Currently, we have two in cubic
centimeters and two in cubic decimeters. We recall that there are 1000 cubic
centimeters in one cubic decimeter. This means that, in order to
convert from cubic centimeters to cubic decimeters, we need to divide by 1000. To convert from cubic decimeters to
cubic centimeters, we multiply by 1000. This is the method we will use in
this question. We will convert 6.8 and 1.3 cubic
decimeters into cubic centimeters.

When multiplying by 1000, we move
all the digits three places to the left. So 6.8 multiplied by 1000 is
6800. In the same way, 1.3 multiplied by
1000 is 1300. We now have all four values in
cubic centimeters. The smallest or least value is 1100
cubic centimeters. The next smallest value was 1300
cubic centimeters, which is the same as 1.3 cubic decimeters. Next, we have 1800 cubic
centimeters. And finally, the largest or
greatest value is 6800 cubic centimeters or 6.8 cubic decimeters. In order to write any set of values
in ascending or descending order, we firstly need to ensure that all the units are
the same.