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Measures Test your knowledge of Litres and millilitres Start
Question 1 1 litre = 100 millilitres 1000 millilitres 10 millilitres
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How many millilitres are in ½ litre? 50 mls 100 mls 500 mls
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How many millilitres are there in one quarter (¼ ) of a litre? 50 mls 250 mls 500 mls
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How many millilitres are there in ¾ of a litre? 750 mls 75 mls 50 mls
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Question 5 ½ (half) litre is the same as: 5.0 litres 0.5 litres 0.1 litres
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Question 6 ¼ (one quarter) of a litre is the same as: 1.4 litres 0.5 litres 0.25 litres
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Question 7 ¾ (three quarters) of a litre is the same as: 0.75 litres 7.5 litres 3.4 litres
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Question litres is the same as: 150 mls 1500 mls 1550 mls
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Question litres is the same as: 1250 mls 125 mls 250 mls
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Question 10 5 litres is the same as 50 mls 500 mls 5000 mls
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Question 1 How many litres in 1,000ml? 2 A 10 D 1 C 0.1 B 1 C.
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