1,000mL= ____ L please write in factor label method along with units.

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1,000mL= ____ L please write in factor label method along with units.

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Need in Factor method
We're starting with this:\[\large\rm \color{orangered}{1000mL}\] Let's first go from milliliters to liters! :) \[\large\rm \frac{1L}{1000mL}\]One liter is 1000mL. We'll multiply to apply conversion,\[\large\rm \color{orangered}{1000mL}\cdot\frac{1L}{1000mL}\]Do you understand how the units will cancel out?

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This only gets us half way though. We would then go from Liters to kiloLiters :)
sorry it was a typo i meant 1,000mL = __L
Oh lol, that makes things easier I suppose :3
Recall that you can rewrite any quantity over 1. Anything divided by 1 is itself. \[\large\rm \frac{\color{orangered}{1000mL}}{1}\]The reason we do this is, when we go to the next step, with the multiplication, it makes it easier to cross cancel units.
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Oh, hmm.. I'm not familiar with that method :(
same idea as what zepdrix was saying, just a different way to write it
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ok so how will i know when i should divide or multiply ?

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