Q: How many milliliters are in a two litter bottle?

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"Centimeter" is a unit of length or distance. "Milliliter" is a unit of 3-dimensional space, like the capacity of a bottle. There's no connection between the two units.

Stuff that is discarded is usually counted or its volume measured, rarely both. If you drop a piece of candy wrapper on the pavement that is 1 piece of litter. If you drop a bottle of pop, that is 1 piece. But the volume measures of the two will be difference. Conversely, the street sweepers may pick up a number of quarts of litter from outside one store but I very much doubt if they will count how many pieces there are.

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Two liters and one fifth of a liter

A milligram is a unit of mass, a milliliter is a unit of volume. These two are incomparable.

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1800 ml.

There are 67.6 ounces in a two-liter bottle.

One hundred milliliters = one centileter, so two hundred milliliters = two centiliters.

X 1000 2000 ml 1 liter = 1000 ml 1 ml = 0.001 L

2000 ~frenchy~ Thats a puzzling question.

one or two in a litter of an Asian elephant.

"Centimeter" is a unit of length or distance. "Milliliter" is a unit of 3-dimensional space, like the capacity of a bottle. There's no connection between the two units.

1892.7 ml 1 quart = 946.35 milliliters 1 milliliter = 0.001 quart

2 liters are 2000 milliliters.

about ONE - TWO .

The word "bottle" has two syllables.