Measuring capacity

Mathematics for students in the 3rd grade of primary school. The student learns the units of fluid capacity (liter, milliliter)

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To measure the capacity (volume) of objects, we use capacitance measurements.

Convert the following measurements from liters to milliliters and vice versa:

Choose the instruments you will use to measure capacity.

The measurement units for the container below are milliliters.

How much water is in this container?

Choose the correct answer.

The teacher has 2 bottles of 2 liters of water each. If he distributes the water among 20 students, pouring off 200 ml of water for each of them, how much water is left in the bottles? Choose the correct answer.

The most commonly used unit is liter (l) .

6 l =

The smallest unit of measure used to measure the volume of smaller objects is milliliter (ml).

44 ml | 44 l | 50 ml | more than 50 ml | slightly less than 50 ml

1 l = 1000 ml


1 l | 1 bottle, i.e. 2 l | 200 ml | lack

70,000 ml =


To go from liters to milliliters, I need

multiply by 100 | multiply by 1000 | divide by 100 | divide by 1000

To go from milliliters to liters, I need

multiply by 100 | multiply by 1000 | divide by 100 | divide by 1000