# Worksheet: Choosing Milliliters or Liters

In this worksheet, we will practice how to choose between liters and milliliters to measure the capacity of containers in.

**Q2: **

Complete the following: The amount that a container holds is its .

- Aarea
- Bheight
- Clength
- Dweight
- Ecapacity

**Q5: **

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a bucket in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

- Amillilitre
- Bliter

**Q6: **

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a wading pool in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

- AMilliliter
- BLiter

**Q7: **

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a spoon in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

- Alitre
- Bmilliliter

**Q8: **

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a juice box in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

- AMilliliter
- BLiter

**Q9: **

Pick the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a barrel of water.

- ALiter
- BMilliliter

**Q10: **

Which unit is best to measure the capacity of a tube of glue in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals?

- AMilliliters
- BLiters

**Q12: **

A baby animal drinks 60 liters of milk each day. Is 6,000 mL of milk enough to feed the baby animal for one day?

- AYes
- BNo

**Q13: **

Calculate the capacity of a swimming pool having a length of 23 units, a width of 7 units, and a depth of 12 units.

**Q14: **

A rectangular-prism-shaped swimming pool has internal dimensions of 41 m, 27 m, and 2.7 m. Find its capacity in liters.

**Q15: **

A plastic box has a total volume of
912 cm^{3}, and a capacity of 695 cm^{3}. What is the volume of the plastic?

**Q16: **

What is measured in cubic centimeters?

- ALength
- BPerimeter
- CArea
- DVolume

**Q17: **

What is the most suitable unit for estimating the volume of a room?

- Am
^{2} - Bcm
^{3} - Cmm
^{3} - Dcm
^{2} - Em
^{3}

**Q18: **

Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a pot of soup in order to avoid very large numbers or small decimals.

- Amilliliter
- Bliter

**Q19: **

Cooking oil comes in 1.5-liter bottles and 1,537-milliliter bottles. Which is larger, the first or the second bottle?

- Athe first bottle
- Bthe second bottle