Topic: Measurement  >>  Compare Capacity using appropriate-sized U.S. customary and metric units.

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A container has 10 gallons of liquid. Tim poured 5 gallons of the liquid from the container into a bowl. Find the quantity of liquid left in the container.
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A container has 11 gallons of liquid. Arthur poured 3 gallons of the liquid from the container into a bowl. Find the quantity of liquid left in the container.
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Arrange 1 kiloliter, 1 liter and 1 milliliter in descending order.View Details
Choose the appropriate symbol to fill in the blank. 1000 ml _____ 1 Liter.View Details
Container A can hold more liquid than Container B. Which of the two containers has more volume?
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Gary and William are brothers. Gary consumes 1 cup of milk and William consumes 33 tablespoons of milk per day. Who consumes more milk?View Details
How many gallons of liquid can the container hold?
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Identify the smallest unit used to measure volume.
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Identify the statement that is true about the capacity of the jugs shown.
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Is 6 liters of milk more than 30 mL?View Details
Tom wants to pour 1 quart of juice in a container. Which one of the given containers should he choose to fill the juice?
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What is the total volume of the liquid in both the jars?View Details
What is the total volume of the liquid in both the jars?
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Which of the given measures is greater?View Details
Which one is smaller: a gallon or a quart?View Details
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