Suppose you have a 100-mL cup,a 300-mL cup, and a 500-mL cup. list two different ways you can measure exactly 1 L

Cristofer Watson 2022-10-13 Answered
Suppose you have a 100-mL cup,a 300-mL cup, and a 500-mL cup. list two different ways you can measure exactly 1 L
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Milton Hampton
Answered 2022-10-14 Author has 16 answers
1 L = 1000 m L
You can use the 500 mL cup twice.
500 + 500 = 1000
Or you can use the 300 mL cup 3 times and the 100 mL cup once.
300 + 300 + 300 + 100 = 1000
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