Q: What is bigger ml or l?

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6.2 L is bigger than 620 mL6.2 L = 6200 mL620 mL = 0.62 L

4500 mL is bigger than 4 L4500 mL = 4.5 L > 4 L

No. 214.8 L is bigger.

A liter(L) is bigger. One liter(L) is equivalent to 1,000 milliliter(mL).

~Improved~ A L is bigger because a mL is pretty much the size of a small object.. . 1 L:1,000 mL.

6.2 L is bigger than 620 mL.6.2 L = 6200 mL > 620 mL

10 L is bigger than 1000 mL10 L = 10 000 mL > 1000 mL

10 L is bigger than 1000 mL. 10 L is equal to 10 000 mL.

No, l milliliter is not bigger than 1 liter. It takes 1000 ml to equal L.

1 mL = 0,001 L; the ratio L/mL is 1 000.

1 L = 1000 ml so 0.005 L = 5 mL which is much bigger than 0.3 mL.

Yes liters (L) are bigger than milliliters (mL).

There are 1000 mL in one L so a L is bigger.

4,500 ml is 500 ml bigger than 4 L

NO

liter, ml is 1/1000th of that

1000 ml = 1 L. So, 41000 ml = 41 L. 4.1 L < 41 L. Thus, no 4.1 L is not bigger than 41000 ml.

Yes a L=1000ml (a L is 1000 bigger than a ml!)

There are 1000 mL in 1 L, so 5 L = 5000 mL. 5L, or 5000 mL, is bigger than 600 mL.

2.6L is bigger.

If you are comparing liters and milliliters, you'll find that liters are bigger than milliliters. There are 1000 mL in 1 L. There are 10,000 mL in 10 L, so it is bigger than 1000 mL.

452 L

1 Liter is 1000 ML, so 1L is bigger

Every L has 1,000 mL in it. So 453 L is a lot bigger than 453 mL.

50 litre is 100 times bigger than 500 ml