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## Math in Focus Grade 3 Chapter 11 Practice 4 Answer Key Liters and Milliliters

**Find the volume of water in each measuring cup.**

Question 1.

____________ mL

Answer:

700 ml

Explanation:

The volume of water in the cup shows at 700 ml

Each point value = 100 ml

Question 2.

____________ mL

Answer:

10 ml

Explanation:

The volume of water in the cup shows at 60 ml

Each point value = 10 ml

Question 3.

___________ mL

Answer:

350 ml

Explanation:

The volume of water in the cup shows at 350 ml

Each point value = 100 ml

**The water from each container is poured into measuring cups. Find the capacity of each container.**

Question 4.

__________ L __________ mL

Answer:

1 L 80 ML

Explanation:

The water from each container is poured into measuring cups.

the capacity of each container is indicated as 1 l 80 ml

Question 5.

__________ L __________ mL

Answer:

1 L 750 ML

Explanation:

The water from each container is poured into measuring cups.

the capacity of each container is indicated as 1 L + 500 ML + 200 ML + 50 ML = 1 L 750 ML

**Complete.**

A teacher filled Containers A and B completely with water. However, he had only enough water left to fill \(\frac{1}{2}\) of Container C. Find the volume of water in each container and the capacity of each container.

Question 6.

Volume of water in Container A = 130 mL

Capacity of Container A = 130 mL

Answer:

Volume of water in Container A = 100 mL

100 ML + 30 ML = 130 ML

Capacity of Container A = 100 mL

Explanation:

The water from each container is poured into measuring cups.

the capacity of each container is indicated as 180 ML

capacity of A = 130 ML

capacity of B = 100 ML Occupied full

C = 100 ML Occupied 30 ML

Question 7.

Volume of water in Container B = __________ mL

Capacity of Container B = __________ mL

Answer:

Volume of water in Container B = 650 mL

Capacity of Container B = 150 mL

Explanation:

The water from each container is poured into measuring cups.

the capacity of each container is indicated as 650 ml

Container B can hold 500 + 150 mL = 650 mL

Question 8.

Volume of water in Container C = __________ L __________ mL

Capacity of Container C = __________L __________ mL

Answer:

Volume of water in Container C = 2 L 250 mL

Capacity of Container C = 2 L 250 mL

Explanation:

The water from each container is poured into measuring cups.

the capacity of each container is indicated as 2 L 250 ML

**Complete.**

Question 9.

1 L 400 mL = __________ mL + __________ mL

= __________ mL

Answer:

1 L 400 mL = 1000 mL + 400 mL

= 1400 mL

Explanation:

Converting Liters to milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 10.

5 L 60 mL = __________ mL + __________ mL

= __________ mL

Answer:

5 L 60 mL = 5000 mL + 60 mL

= 5060 mL

Explanation:

Converting Liters to milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

**Write in milliliters.**

Question 11.

2 L 450 mL = __________ mL + __________ mL = __________ mL

Answer:

2 L 450 mL = 2000 mL + 450 mL = 2450 mL

Explanation:

Converting Liters to milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 12.

1 L 105 mL = __________ mL + __________ mL = __________ mL

Answer:

1 L 105 mL = 1000 mL + 105 mL = 1105 mL

Explanation:

Converting Liters to milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 13.

2 L 45 mL = __________ mL + __________ mL = __________ mL

Answer:

2 L 45 mL = 2000 mL + 45 mL = 2045 mL

Explanation:

Converting Liters to milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 14.

3 L 9 mL = __________ mL + __________ mL = __________ mL

Answer:

3 L 9 mL = 3000 mL + 9 mL = 3009 mL

Explanation:

Converting Liters to milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

**Complete.**

Question 15.

7,080 mL = ___________ L __________ mL

Answer:

7,080 mL = 7 L 80 mL

Explanation:

Converting given milliliters to the liters and milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 16.

9,909 mL = ___________ L __________ mL

Answer:

9,909 mL = 9 L 909 mL

Explanation:

Converting given milliliters to the liters and milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

**Write in liters and milliliters.**

Question 17.

4,900 mL = ___________ mL + ___________ mL = ___________ L ___________ mL

Answer:

4,900 mL = 4000 mL + 900 mL = 4 L 900 mL

Explanation:

Converting given milliliters to the liters and milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 18.

6,505 mL = ___________ mL + ___________ mL = ___________ L ___________ mL

Answer:

6,505 mL = 6000 mL + 505 mL = 6 L 505 mL

Explanation:

Converting given milliliters to the liters and milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 19.

2,090 mL = ___________ mL + ___________ mL = ___________ L ___________ mL

Answer:

2,090 mL = 2000 mL + 90 mL = 2 L 90 mL

Explanation:

Converting given milliliters to the liters and milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

Question 20.

2,005 mL = ___________ mL + ___________ mL = ___________ L ___________ mL

Answer:

2,005 mL = 2000 mL + 5 mL = 2 L 5 mL

Explanation:

Converting given milliliters to the liters and milliliters

1 Liter = 1000 milliliters

**Choose the unit you would use to measure each. Write liters or milliliters.**

Question 21.

A can of cranberry juice is about 300 ___________

Answer:

A can of cranberry juice is 300 Milliliters

Explanation:

A can of cranberry juice is 300 Milliliters

Because the can of juice is very small

the volume will be less

Question 22.

The volume of water in a fish tank is about 10 ___________.

Answer:

The volume of water in a fish tank is about 10 liters

Explanation:

The water in fish cannot be in milliliters

Because the volume will be more