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Q: How many time can 50 ml goes into 5 liter?

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One step at a time. There are 1000 ml in a liter. So there are 10 units of 100 ml in a liter. Multiply 10 x 50 liters for your answer.

1 liter is equal to 1/100 hectoliter. 50 liter is 50/100=0.5 hectoliter.

50 mL is 0.050 liters (1 liter = 1,000 mL).

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There are 50 cl in 1 litre (liter).

50 milliliters = 0.05 liter50 milliliters * 1 liter/1000 milliliters= 5 liter/100= 0.05 liter

1 liter = 1,000 milliliters 20 milliliters can fit into the liter 50 times, but the liter cannot fit into the 20 milliliters even one time. If you're allowed to cut up the liter into pieces, then 1/50 of it can fit into the 20 milliliters one time. That would leave 980 milliliters hanging out.

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50 cl

It goes: 34/50 = 0.68

A 1-liter flask will hold 20 50-mL quantities.

50 liters = about 1,691 fluid ounces.

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