1000 millitres (ml) = 1 litre (L)
250 ml = 0.25 L = ¼ L
500 ml = 0.5 L = ½ L
750 ml = 0.75 L = ¾ L
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Match the capacity.
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a dropper

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soft drink

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2litre soft drink
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Indicate the unit of measurement that is most likely used to measure the capacity of the containers below. (Millilitre or Litre)
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Estimate how many cups of juice can you get from a 2litre soft drink.
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