Worksheet: Converting Capacity: Liters and Milliliters

In this worksheet, we will practice how to convert capacity units within the metric system, such as liters and milliliters, using whole numbers only.

Q1:

How many milliliters are there in 18 liters?

Q2:

A restaurant’s soda fountain dispenses 19 liters of soda daily. How many milliliters is that?

Q3:

A leak in a shower head wastes 23 liters of water every week. How many milliliters of water is wasted?

Q4:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 29,00029.millilitersliters

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q5:

The given table shows the number of soda bottles sold in Mr. David’s shop yesterday. Did he sell more than 100,000 mL?

Bottle1-liter2-liter
Number Sold1537
  • AYes
  • BNo

Q6:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 5353000.litresmillilitres

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q7:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 5,5035.millilitersliters

  • A<
  • B>
  • C=

Q8:

Sophia used three 800-milliliter bottles of orange juice. How many milliliters of orange juice did she use in total?

Q9:

There are 2,000 mL of orange juice in a jug. Find the volume in liters.

  • A20 liters
  • B2,000 liters
  • C2 liters
  • D200 liters

Q10:

A gardener is filling up a bucket with water. He pours water from a jug that has 2 liters and from a bottle that has 1,200 milliliters into the bucket. How many milliliters are in the bucket?

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