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How to convert between different metric capacity?

1 liter (L) = 1000 milliliters (mL)

To convert from a larger unit to a smaller unit, we multiply.
For example, to convert 12 liters to milliliters, multiply by 1,000:
12 liters = 12 × 1,000 = 12,000 milliliters.

To convert from a smaller unit to a larger unit, we divide.
For example, to convert 17,000 milliliters to liters, divide by 1000:
17,000 milliliters = 17,000 ÷ 1,000 = 17 liters.

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Find the equivalent measures.

1 L = mL

5 L = mL

38 L = mL

L = 49,000 mL

54 L = mL

L = 92,000 mL

2 L 500 mL = mL

70 L 850 mL = mL

33 L 15 mL = mL

2 L 8 mL = mL

L mL = 3,812 mL

L mL = 86,003 mL

12 L 19 mL = mL

L mL = 906,010 mL

3,715 mL - 1,500 mL = mL

1 L - 237 mL = mL

25 L 9 mL + 24 L 991 mL = mL

27 L 650 mL - 20 L 990 mL = mL

14 L 505 mL - 4,288 mL = L mL

5 L 658 mL + 57,481 mL = L mL

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