# Equivalent Metric Units of Capacity

## Use and convert among milliliters and liters.

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## Metric Unit Conversion

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This video explains how to convert to different metric units of measure for length, capacity, and mass.
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## Conversion Between Metric Units

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Learn how to convert between metric units.
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## Capacity in Liters - Overview

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## Measuring Capacity in Milliliter - Overview

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## Word Problems for Capacity in Liters - Overview

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## Capacity in Liters - Example 1

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Visually find capacity in Liters
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## Capacity in Liters - Example 2

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## Capacity in Liters - Example 3

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Estimate capacity using water
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## Capacity in Liters - Example 4

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Find the capacity of water using pictures of different containers
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## Capacity in Liters - Example 5

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Find the amount of water using pictures and calculations
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## Measuring Capacity in Milliliter - Example 1

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Visually finding capacity in milliliters
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## Measuring Capacity in Milliliter - Example 2

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Choose the correct unit with L or mL
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## Word Problems for Capacity in Liters - Example 1

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One step word problems for addition and subtraction
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## Word Problems for Capacity in Liters - Example 2

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Two-steps word problems for addition and subtraction with pictures
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## Word Problems for Capacity in Liters - Example 3

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Two-step word problems for addition and subtraction
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## Word Problems for Capacity in Liters - Example 4

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Word Problems involving Multiplication and Division
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## Word Problems for Capacity in Liters - Example 5

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Multistep word problems in four operations
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## Understanding Capacity - Enrichment - Example 1

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Calculate and compare capacities from pictures
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## Understanding Capacity - Enrichment - Example 2

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Multi-step calculations to find capacity from pictures
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