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Course: Class 6 (Foundation)>Unit 10

Lesson 2: Word problems

Word problems with volume

Sal solves some practice problems using volume.

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• If I have, say, 1,500 milliliters of milk. Could I then say that I have 1.5 Liters of milk? What about 1 Liter and 500 milliliters? Just interested
• i think you could just say either one.
• what is the highest number ever made
• There is no "Highest Number". I'll even prove it to you. Tell me the highest number you know, and I will come up with an even higher number. Although there is no highest number, there is the concept of infinity. Infinity just means that numbers can be as high or as small as desired. Infinity means that you can never find the highest number, because you can add another positive number, and that number will be higher than your "old highest number". Hope this helps! -Johnny Unidas.
• how many gallons are in a pool
• It depends on a lot more factors than just that. Pools can vary in size and in depth. If you had given me dimensions, it might have been a little bit easier to solve.
• what is volume not volume like the volume on a computer
• Volume isn't music either.
• I am confused what does ML stand for
• How much volume does a cow take up🧮
• I think about 60 kilograms