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# How many litres is $1.000$ millilitres?

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Hint: To solve the above conversion. We can use the formula as:
$1$ litre $=1000mL$
it can also be written as -
$1mL=0.001L.$

Complete step by step solution:
In the above equation. We have to convert litres into millilitres. A millilitre is actually a unit i.e. ${{\left( \dfrac{1}{1000} \right)}^{th}}$ litre.
Also litre is also a unit of volume inform of the metric system. Here $3.785$ litres as $4.5$ gallon.

Here we had converted $1.000$ millilitres into $0.001$ litres.

As we know that metric systems originated in France in its use , consider litre its base unit.
When we are considering a kilogram it is exactly equal to one litre.
It is exactly defined as $1795.$ Its unit is denoted as $'L'$
When we are going to measure liquid, they are considered $1000$ millilitres in litre.
It is actually a unit in terms of a metric system. Here we are considering millilitre is a small amount of liquid.
Now conversion of litre to millilitre. So now $0.01L$ is equal to $100mL$ . Further increasing $1L$ is equal to $1000mL$ considering $2L$ is equal to $2000mL$ further increasing $3L$ is equal to $3000mL$
Thus, $5L$ is equal to $5000mL$
Ten litre is equal to $1000mL$
Twenty litre is equal to $20000mL$
Fifty litre is equal to $50000mL$
Hundred litre is equal to $100000mL$
One thousand litre is equal to $10000000mL$

Note: When we consider from litre to millilitre or from millilitre to litre we can consider the conversable as given.
Thus we have to caution while converting from litre millilitre or vica versa
for conversion of bigger unit to smaller unit we apply multiplication and for conversion of smaller unit to bigger unit we apply multiplication.
Example:
Here we are converting $15L$ into millilitres, So, $15\times 1000mL=15000mL$