Lesson Worksheet: Converting and Comparing Capacity: Metric Units Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice how to convert capacity units within the metric system between liters and milliliters using fractions and decimals.

Q1:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 13161.litersmilliliters

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q2:

Which answer is equal to 25 of a liter?

  • A4 dm3
  • B400 cm3
  • C40 mL
  • D0.04 m3

Q3:

True or False: 101=34millilitersliters.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Q4:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 40025.millilitersliters

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q5:

The table shows the amount of liquid that Jennifer drinks each day. How many liters of liquid does she drink every day?

LiquidJuiceMilkWater
Amount293 mL454 mL1.1 L

Q6:

Write 5.74 L in 5,740 milliliters.

Q7:

Write 2 mL in liters.

Q8:

Complete the following: 5,256=LkL.

Q9:

How many kiloliters are there in 34,207 mL?

Q10:

Order the following from least to greatest: 7.6 L, 1,200 mL, 5,800 mL, and 7.8 L.

  • A7.8 L, 7.6 L, 5,800 mL, 1,200 mL
  • B1,200 mL, 5,800 mL, 7.6 L, 7.8 L
  • C5,800 mL, 7.8 L, 7.6 L, 1,200 mL
  • D7.6 L, 7.8 L, 5,800 mL, 1,200 mL

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