Capacity - Metric Measurement

Pretest

1. Complete the following:

4 L = ___ mL

A. 40
B. 400
C. 4000
D. 40,000

2. Complete the following:

6,500 mL= _____L

E. .65
F. 6.5
G. 65
H. 6500

3. Which container would best hold milliliters?

A. an eyedropper
B. a pail
D. Not here

4. Complete the following:

5.8 L = _____ L

E. 58
F. 580
G. 5800
H. 58,000

5. Amy drinks 2 L of water a day. If she has already had 350 mL of water, how much more does she need to drink?

A. 16.60 mL
B. 265.0 mL
C. 1650 mL
D. 16,500 mL

6. A container that would best hold Liters would be:

E. an aquarium
F. a mug
G. a teapot
H. a water glass

7. Complete:

7,3000 mL= ___ L

A. .073 L
B. 7.3 L
C. 730 L
D. 7.30 L

8. Which of the following would best hold milliliters?

E. a bathtub
F. a sink
G. a swimming pool.
H. a coffee mug

9. Barbara's measuring cup can hold 250 mL. How many times would she be able to fill up the cup with a 2 L bottle of juice?

A. 100
B. 500
C. 1750
D. 2000

10. Complete:

0.25 L = ____mL

E. 2.5 mL
F. 25 mL
G. 250. mL
H. 2500 mL