Erin's water bottle holds 600 milliliters of water. Dylan's water

David Young 2022-01-12 Answered
Erin's water bottle holds 600 milliliters of water. Dylan's water bottle holds 1 liter of water. Whose water bottle holds more water? How much more water?

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Answered 2022-01-13 Author has 2680 answers
Step 1
Convert mL to L
Divide by 3 powers of 10.
\(\displaystyle{600}{m}{L}={.6}{L}\)

Step 2
Subtract to find out the difference.
\(\displaystyle{d}\Leftrightarrow={1.0}{L}-{0.6}{L}\)
\(\displaystyle{d}\Leftrightarrow={0.4}{L}\)
Step 3
Dylan's bottle holds 0.4L more.
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limacarp4
Answered 2022-01-14 Author has 3220 answers
Answer: Dylan's water bottle holds 400 milliliters more water than Erin's water bottle.
Step-by-step explanation:
First, I am going to change all of the units to be the same. To do that, I am going to convert the measurement of Dylan's water into milliliters. I know that one liter is equivalent to 1000 milliliters, so I can safely say that Dylan's water bottle can hold 1000 milliliters or water. Now that the two measurements are in the same units, it is easy to see that Dylan's water bottle holds more water. But by how much?
All you have to do is subtract the amount of water that Erin's water bottle can hold from the amount of water that Dylan's water bottle can hold. \(\displaystyle{1000}-{600}={400}\) milliliters.
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star233
Answered 2022-01-15 Author has 0 answers
1000mL=1L
Dylan's bottle holds more
1000mL-600mL= 400mL
It hold 400mL more
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