If you mean l as L (liters) then l is much bigger than mL (milliliter). The prefix milli means 1000 (not 1 million). So 1 L=1000 mL. So 4 L=4000 mL and 4 mL=.004L
which is bigger 4 l or 4500 ml
4,500 ml is 500 ml bigger than 4 L
No. 214.8 L is bigger.
No, l milliliter is not bigger than 1 liter. It takes 1000 ml to equal L.
A L (Litre) contains 1000 ml (millilitres). This fact answers your question.
1 L = 1000 ml so 0.005 L = 5 mL which is much bigger than 0.3 mL.
1 mL = 0,001 L; the ratio L/mL is 1 000.
Yes liters (L) are bigger than milliliters (mL).
There are 1000 mL in one L so a L is bigger.
10 L is bigger than 1000 mL. 10 L is equal to 10 000 mL.
6.2 L is bigger than 620 mL6.2 L = 6200 mL620 mL = 0.62 L
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.
liter, ml is 1/1000th of that
Yes a L=1000ml (a L is 1000 bigger than a ml!)
6.2 L is bigger than 620 mL.6.2 L = 6200 mL > 620 mL
A liter(L) is bigger. One liter(L) is equivalent to 1,000 milliliter(mL).
Litre is bigger than Mililetre
2.6L is bigger.
10 L is bigger than 1000 mL10 L = 10 000 mL > 1000 mL
There are 1000 mL in 1 L, so 5 L = 5000 mL. 5L, or 5000 mL, is bigger than 600 mL.
Every L has 1,000 mL in it. So 453 L is a lot bigger than 453 mL.
1 Liter is 1000 ML, so 1L is bigger
~Improved~ A L is bigger because a mL is pretty much the size of a small object.. . 1 L:1,000 mL.