Capacity - Metric Measurement

Post test

 

1. A gallon of orange juice is 3,785 milliliters. How many liters is this?

A. 378,500 L
B. 37,850 L
C. 37.85 L
D. 3.785

2. Ashley needs 1 Liter of liquid for the experiment. Her lab container is only marked in milliliters. How many milliliters will she need to measure to equal one Liter?

E. 10 mL
F. 100 mL
G. 1000 mL
H. 10,000 mL

3. Complete:

0.5 L = ____mL

A. 5 mL
B. 50 mL
C. 500 mL
D. 5000 mL

4. Mary needed 750 milliliters of milk. If she bought a carton of milk that had 1.5 L, how much would she have left over?

E. 75 mL
F. 750 mL
G. 7,500 mL
H. 75,000 mL

5. Complete.

1.55 L = ___ mL

A. 15 mL
B. 155 mL
C. 1550 mL
D. 15,500 mL

6. June's gas tank holds 12.5 Liters of gas. When she filled up, she put in 10.75 Liters. How much was in the gas tank to start?

E. 1.75 L
F. 17.5 L
G. .0175 L
H. 175 L

7. Which of the following containers best hold milliliters?

A. a flower vase
B. a bathtub
C. a sink full of water
D. a wading pool

8. Complete.

750 mL =____ L

E. 0.75 L
F. 7.5 L
G. 75 L
H 750 L

9. John must take 25 mL of cough medicine each night. The medicine bottle holds 550 mL. If he has taken his medicine for 4 nights, how much is left in the bottle?

A. 525 mL
B. 500 mL
C. 450 mL
D. 400 mL


10. Complete.

2,300 mL = ___ L

E. 230 L
F. 23 L
G. 2.3 L
H. . 23 L

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