MEAP Preparation - Grade 6 Mathematics 3.6 Units of Capacity and Volume

Example: Change 3 litres to millilitres.
1 litre = 1000 ml
3 litres = 3x1000 Answer: 3,000 ml Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write at least ten examples of your own.

Q 1: Change 63 liters (L) to milliliters (ml). 6.3 ml 0.0063 ml 63,000 ml 630 ml

Q 2: I have one cup, one quart, and one pint. How many ounces do I have? 100 60 56

Q 3: How many liters are in a kilogram? 1 100 1,000 none (they are two different measures)

Q 4: 5 L = __ ml 5,000 50 500

Q 5: My aquarium is a 10 gallon tank. How many quarts are there in it? 40 0 20

Q 6: I have four gallons of milk. How many quarts do I have? 14 16 15

Q 7: Units of capacity are also units of volume true false

Q 8: 10,000 ml = 10 __ g L m

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