Milliliter is the smallest unit and kiloliter is the biggest unit.

Small → Big → ÷

OR

Big → Small → X

1) A family used 63.5 l of water for bathing one day. How much is that in ml?

So,B(Big) → S(Small) → X ( multiplication)

∴ 63.5 x 1000 = 63,500 ml

They used 63,500 ml of water for bathing.

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2) A bottle of juice holds 750 ml of juice. Can two such bottles be poured into a jar that holds 1.5 l?

One bottle hold 750 ml juice

∴ 2 bottles can hold = 2 x 750ml = 1500 ml

So,S(Small) → B(Big) → ÷

∴ 1500 ml = 1500 / 1000 = 1.5 l

As the two bottles and the jar holds same amount of juice, so two bottles can be poured into a jar.

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3) Convert 235 ml to deciliter .

So, S(Small) → B(Big) → ÷

235 ml = 235 /100 = 2.35 dcl(deciliter>.

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4) Convert 5 hl( hectoliter) to centiliter.

So, B(Big) → S(Small) → X ( multiplication)

∴ 5 hl = 5 x 10,000 = 50,000 cl.

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5) Convert 9 decal( decaliter) to liter.

So, S(Small) → B(Big) → ÷

∴ 9 decal = 9 ÷ 10 = 0.9 l.

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