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Q: What is 300 ml divided by 1 and a half litres?

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2 litres/300 ml = 2000/300 = 20/3

300 millilitres/2 litres = 300 ml/2000 ml = 3/20 or 0.15300 millilitres/2 litres = 300 ml/2000 ml = 3/20 or 0.15300 millilitres/2 litres = 300 ml/2000 ml = 3/20 or 0.15300 millilitres/2 litres = 300 ml/2000 ml = 3/20 or 0.15

there are 4500 ml in 4 and a half litres

A volume of 1 millilitre equals 0.001 litres. To convert millilitres to litres, multiply the number of millilitres by 0.001 litres. 300 millilitres equal 0.3 litres (300 x 0.001 litres = 0.3 litres).

1 litre is the same as 1,000 millilitres. To convert from litres to millilitres, simply multiply the number of litres by 1,000. 3 and a half litres in ml is 3,500 millilitres (3.4 x 1,000 litres = 3,500 litres

42 litres and 300 ml

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9 liters 500 ml.

the answer is 3/20

5 Litres is 5,000 ml. 300 will divide into that 16.666times

One half of three litres = 1.5 litres. 1 Litre = 1000 mL so 1.5 L = 1500 mL. Simple, really!

500 ml = 0.5 litres

no 3 litres is half of 6,000 ml

3.5 litres = 3500 millilitres

1 litre = 1,000 millilitre so 2.5 litres = 1000*2.5 ml = 2,500 ml. Simple!

500ml = 0.5 Litres.

In a US gallon there are 3.785 litres, so a half gallon is 3.785/2 = 1.8925 litres. So 2 litres is just a little more (107 ml) than 1 half US gallon. There are just over one half gallon in 2 gallon. 2/1.8925 = 1.0568 half gallons in 2 litres.

6.5 litres = 6,500 millilitres.

3 1/2 Litres = 3, 500 mL

3.6 g of NaOH when dissolved in 300 ml of water gives 0.3 N solution. Normality = weight (in g) / (Molecular weight x Volume in litres)

1 l = 1000 ml → 5 l = 5 × 1000 ml = 5000 ml → 5 l ÷ 50 ml = 5000 ml ÷ 50 ml = 100.

NO! .6 ml is 6 tenths of 1 ml. 6 ml is 6 ml or .006 litres. .6 ml is .0006 litres

1 ml is 1/2000 of 2 litres.

1 ml = 0.001 litres 1500 ml = 1.50 litres

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