# Worksheet: Converting and Comparing Capacity: Metric Units

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:

- A
- B
- C

**Q3: **

True or False: .

- ATrue
- BFalse

**Q4: **

Use , , or to fill in the blank:

- A
- B
- C

**Q7: **

Write 2 mL in liters.

**Q8: **

Complete the following: .

**Q9: **

How many kiloliters are there in 34,207 mL?

**Q11: **

How many milliliters are there in 8.1 L?

**Q12: **

Write in liters: 175 mL.

**Q13: **

Fill in the blanks: .

**Q14: **

Use , , or to complete the following: .

- A
- B
- C

**Q15: **

Each week, a family consumes six 693-milliliter bottles of orange juice. Determine, in liters, the amount of orange juice in each bottle.

**Q16: **

Benjamin and Ethan are calculating how many liters there are in 40 milliliters. Benjamin thinks the result is 40,000 L, and Ethan thinks it is 0.04 L. Who is correct?

- ABenjamin
- BEthan

**Q17: **

Round 2,392 mL to the nearest liter.

**Q18: **

Write the answer in milliliters: .

**Q19: **

Arrange in descending order:

- A
- B
- C
- D
- E

**Q20: **

How many 210 mL bottles are needed to hold 84 liters of water?

**Q21: **

Express 1.025 L in milliliters.

**Q22: **

A shop sells 20-milliliter bottles of essential oils. Express, in liters, the amount of essential oil in 1 505 bottles.

**Q23: **

If 5 liters of water is going to be poured into 200-milliliter bottles, how many bottles will be used?

**Q24: **

How many liters are there in 3.9 kL?

**Q25: **

Fill in the blanks: .