Posted by **danielle** on Sunday, August 27, 2006 at 4:01pm.

whats 3.05 litres to millilitres

Isn't there 1000 milliliters in each liter?

305 milliliters

Are you sure?

The original question was:

"whats 3.05 litres to millilitres"

BobP's response was:

"Isn't there 1000 milliliters in each liter?" (This is correct.)

Thus 3.05 liters = 3.05l x 1,000ml/l =(3.05*1,000)ml

Does 3.05&1,000=305?

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