# McGraw Hill Math Grade 6 Lesson 19.2 Answer Key Metric Units of Liquid Volume

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## McGraw-Hill Math Grade 6 Answer Key Lesson 19.2 Metric Units of Liquid Volume

Exercises
CALCULATE
Question 1.
1.1 L = ___________ mL
1.1 L = 1,100 mL.

Explanation:
1.1 L = ___________ mL.
Conversion:
1 L = 1000 mL.
1.1 L = 1.1 × 1000
= 1,100 mL.

Question 2.
700 L = _____________ mL
700 L = 7,00,000 mL.

Explanation:
700 L = ?? mL.
Conversion:
1 L = 1,000 mL.
700 L = 1,000 × 700
= 7,00,000 mL.

Question 3.
.56 L = __________ mL
.56 L = 560 mL.

Explanation:
.56 L = ?? mL.
Conversion:
1 L = 1000 mL.
.56 L = 0.56 × 1000
= 560 mL.

Question 4.
35 L = ____________ mL
35 L = 35,000 mL.

Explanation:
35 L = ?? mL.
Conversion:
1 L = 1,000 mL.
35 L = 1,000 × 35
= 35,000 mL.

Question 5.
3 kL = _________ mL
3 kL = 30,00,000 mL.

Explanation:
3 kL = ?? mL.
Conversion:
1 kL = 10,00,000 mL.
3 kL = 3 × 10,00,000
= 30,00,000 mL.

Question 6.
21 mL = __________ L
21 mL = 0.021 L.

Explanation:
21 mL = ?? L.
Conversion:
1 L = 1,000 mL.
21 mL = 21 ÷ 1,000
= 0.021 L.

Question 7.
457 mL = ____________ kL
457 mL = 0.000457 kL.

Explanation:
457 mL = ?? kL.
Conversion:
1 kl = 10,00,000 mL.
457 mL = 457 ÷ 10,00,000
=  0.000457 kL.

Question 8.
77 mL + 77 L = ____________ L
77 mL + 77 L = 77.077 L.

Explanation:
77 mL + 77 L = ?? L.
Conversion:
1 L = 1,000 mL.
77 mL + 77 L = (77 ÷ 1,000) + 77
= 0.077 + 77
=  77.077 L.

Question 9.
1 kL + 35 L = ___________ L
1 kL + 35 L = 1,035 L.

Explanation:
1 kL + 35 L = ?? L.
Conversion:
1 kL = 1000 L.
1 kL + 35 L = (1,000 × 1) + 35
= 1,000 + 35
= 1,035 L.

Question 10.
41 mL + 41 L = ___________ kL
41 mL + 41 L = 0.041041 kL.

Explanation:
41 mL + 41 L = ?? kL.
Conversion:
1 kL = 1000 L.
1 kL = 10,00,000 mL.
41 mL + 41 L = (41 ÷ 10,00,000) + (41 ÷ 1,000)
= 0.000041 + 0.041
= 0.041041 kL.

Question 11.
4 kL – 325 L = ___________ L
4 kL – 325 L = 3,675 L.

Explanation:
4 kL – 325 L = ?? L.
Conversion:
1 kL = 1,000 L.
4 kL – 325 L = (4 × 1,000) – 325
= 4000 – 325
= 3,675 L.

Question 12.
35 kL + 3500 L = ___________ kL
35 kL + 3500 L = 38.5 kL.

Explanation:
35 kL + 3500 L = ?? kL.
Conversion:
1 kL = 1,000 L.
35 kL + 3500 L = 35 + (3,500 ÷ 1,000)
= 35 + 3.5
= 38.5 kL.

Question 13.
23 L + .23 mL = _________ L
23 L + .23 mL = 23.00023 L.

Explanation:
23 L + .23 mL = ?? L.
Conversion:
1 L = 1,000 mL.
23 L + .23 mL = 23 + (0.23 ÷ 1,000)
= 23 + 0.00023
= 23.00023 L.

Question 14.
41 L – 23 mL = _________ mL
41 L – 23 mL = 40,977 mL.

Explanation:
41 L – 23 mL = ?? mL.
Conversion:
1 L = 1,000 mL.
41 L – 23 mL = (41 × 1000) – 23
= 41,000 – 23
= 40,977 mL.

Question 15.
If a water cooler holds 30 liters of water, and each cup of water holds 250 milliliters, how many cups can you fill before the water cooler is empty?
Number of water cups can fill before the water cooler is empty = 120.

Explanation:
Number of liters of water a water cooler holds = 30.
Number of milliliters each cup of water holds = 250.
Conversion:
1 L = 1,000 mL.
Number of milliliters of water a water cooler holds = 30 L = 1000 × 30 = 30,000 mL.
Number of water cups can fill before the water cooler is empty = Number of milliliters of water a water cooler holds  ÷ Number of milliliters each cup of water holds
= 30,000 ÷ 250
= 120.

Question 16.
If there are 35 students and each expects to drink 10 half-liter bottles of water in a week, how many many total liters is this?
Total number of liters bottles of water they drank = 700 L.

Explanation:
Number of students = 35.
Number of half liters bottles of water in a week each expects to drink = 10.
Conversion:
=> 10 half liters = 5 liters.
Total number of half liters bottles of water they drank = Number of students × Number of half liters bottles of water in a week each expects to drink
= 35 × 10
= 350.
Conversion:
1 L = half liter + half liter.
Total number of liters bottles of water they drank =
=> 350 half liters = 350 + 350 L.
=> 700 L.

Question 17.
A half-liter bottle of soda is a common size. How many bottles of soda would it take to fill a 10-liter container?
Number of half-liter bottle of soda it takes to fill a 10-liter container = 20.

Explanation:
Number of liters container = 10.
Conversion:
1 L = half-liter + half-liter
=> Number of half-liter bottle of soda it takes to fill a 10-liter container =  Number of liters container × 2
= 10 × 2
= 20.

Question 18.
If a reservoir holds 100,000,000 liters of water, then how many kiloliters of water does it hold?