Lesson Worksheet: Converting between Imperial and Metric Units of Capacity Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice using approximate equivalences to convert between metric and imperial units of capacity.

Q1:

Fill in the blank: 2,850=mLpints.

Hint: 1 pint is approximately 570 mL.

Q2:

Fill in the blank: 3=pintsmL.

Hint: 1 pint is approximately 570 mL.

Q3:

Fill in the blank: 4 gallons = pints.

Hint: 1 gallon = 8 pints.

Q4:

How many gallons will 9,120 mL make if 1 gallon equals 8 pints and 1 pint is approximately 570 mL?

  • A16 gallons
  • B2 gallons
  • C128 gallons
  • D8,542 gallons
  • E1,140 gallons

Q5:

Consider 1 pint to be approximately 568 mL.

True or False: There are about 4,308 mL in 6 pints.

  • AFalse
  • BTrue

How many liters and milliliters are in 3 pints?

  • A1 L and 704 mL
  • B17 L and 4 mL
  • C1 L and 154 mL
  • D5 L and 71 mL
  • E57 L and 1 mL

Q6:

A bottle contains 9 pints of water. Approximately how many milliliters of water are there in a bottle?

Hint: 1 pint is approximately 570 mL.

Q7:

Ethan consumed 2 pints of water. Approximately how much water did Ethan consume in milliliters?

Hint: 1 pint is approximately 570 mL.

Q8:

Anthony uses 4 pints of gas. Approximately how much gas does Anthony use in milliliters?

Hint: 1 pint is approximately 570 mL.

Q9:

A milkman sold 2 pints of milk. Approximately how much milk was sold in milliliters?

Hint: 1 pint is approximately 570 mL.

Q10:

The capacity of a tank is 2 pints. What is the approximate capacity of the tank in milliliters?

Hint: 1 pint is approximately 570 mL.

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