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The capacity of a beaker is 150mL. How many beakers can be filled from a 4L container?

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    1 L = 1000 ml

    4 L = 4,000 ml

    What do you think you need to do to solve this problem?

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    Multiply?

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    What are you going to multiply?

    Remember, you're asked how many 150 ml beakers can be filled from a container holding 4,000 ml.

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    divide!

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    Right! :-)

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