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# A vessel has $4$ liter and $650$ ml of curd. How many glasses, each of $25$ ml capacity, can be distributed?

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Hint: First we have to define what the terms we need to solve the problem are.
Since we are able to say; one liter is the thousand milliliters; so that a vessel has four liter means four thousand and six fifty milliliter of the curd; and we need to find in what total glasses that the curd will fill at each of $25$ ml capacity.

Since in one glass we are able to fill $25$ milliliter capacity; and a vessel contains total. A vessel has four thousand liter and $650$ ml of curd, means overall four thousand and six fifty milliliter;
So $4650$ milliliter is the curd quantity of the vessel and now it will need to be distributed to many as glasses; we only need to find how many glasses exactly the curd will be distributed equally;
Hence Glasses = vessels curd quantity divides the each of $25$ ml capacity;
Thus, we get Glasses = $\dfrac{{4650}}{{25}}$ Now we will divide this using the division formula that A divisor is a number that divides another number either completely or with a remainder. A divisor is represented in as:
${\text{ }}\dfrac{{Dividend}}{{Divisor{\text{ }}}} = {\text{ }}Quotient$.
Hence, we get $\dfrac{{4650}}{{25}} = 186$ is the glasses quantity that $4$ liter and $650$ ml of curd can be split into each of $25$ ml capacity.
Note: Since one liter is thousand milliliters, we can also able to write one milliliter is $1ml = \dfrac{1}{{1000}}l$ liter