Worksheet on Conversion of Capacity

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on conversion of capacity and volume measurements. The standard unit of capacity is liter (l) and the smaller unit of capacity is milliliter (ml).

We know,

liter = 1000 milliliter

1000 milliliter = 1 liter


On the basis of these facts, one unit of measuring capacity and volume needs to be converted into another. 

1. Convert the following into milliliters:

(i) 8 liters

(ii) 3 liters

(iii) 9 liters

(iv) 12 liters

(v) 17 liters

(vi) 20 liters

(vii) 25 liters

(viii) 14 liters

(ix) 30 liters

(x) 1 liters 375 milliliters

(xi) 6 liters 5 milliliters

(xii) 9 liters 450 milliliters

(xiii) 16 liters 250 milliliters

(xiv) 21 liters 790 milliliters

(xv) 25 liters 875 milliliters


2. Convert the following into liters and milliliters:

(i) 2000 ml

(ii) 7000 ml

(iii) 5300 ml

(iv) 6450 ml

(v) 9325 ml

(vi) 21238 ml

(vii) 150595 ml

(viii) 6921 ml

(ix) 2525 ml

(x) 30750 ml

(xi) 25800 ml

(xii) 60082 ml


3. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 6 liters = …………….. ml.

(ii) 3000 ml = …………….. l.

(iii) Petrol is measured in …………….. .

(iv) The unit of measurement for a syrup is …………….. .

(v) The unit of measurement for eye drops is …………….. .

(vi) The unit of measurement of capacity of a container is …………….. and …………….. .

Answers for the worksheet on conversion of capacity are given below to check the exact answers of the converted unit of measuring capacity and volume.


Answers:

1. (i) 8000 ml

(ii) 3000 ml

(iii) 9000 ml

(iv) 12000 ml

(v) 17000 ml

(vi) 20000 ml

(vii) 25000 ml

(viii) 14000 ml

(ix) 30000 ml

(x) 1375 ml

(xi) 6050 ml

(xii) 9450 ml

(xiii) 16250 ml

(xiv) 21790 ml

(xv) 25875 ml


2. (i) 2 l

(ii) 7 l

(iii) 5 l 300 ml

(iv) 6 l 450 ml

(v) 9 l 325 ml

(vi) 21 l 238 ml

(vii) 150 l 595 ml

(viii) 6 l 921 ml

(ix) 2 l 525 ml

(x) 30 l 750 ml

(xi) 25 l 800 ml

(xii) 60 l 82 ml


3. (i) 6000 ml

(ii) 3 l

(iii) Liter

(iv) ml

(v) ml

(vi) Literml





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