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There are 1000 millilitres in one litre. Therefore, 1500 millilitres is equal to 1500/1000 = 1.5 litres. The two units are therefore the same.
It's actually the same thing. This is the way the metric system goes from greatest to least:
Kiloliter, Hectoliters, deckaliter, liter, deciliter, centiliter, and milliliter.
As you go from milliliter to liter, when you want to find out a greater amount, you move the decimal as many times as you have to move metric system wise. so in this case, you're answer would be that they are equal.
They are of the same volume. 1000mL is the equivalent to 1L, so 1500mL is the same as 1.5L.
Same thingThere are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter.
One milliliter is 0.001 liter.
No, they are both the same. milli is the sub-multiple for one-thousandth. So there are 1000 milliliters in a liter. So 1500ml is equal to 1.5 l.
If you meant:
Is 1,500mL greater than 1.5L: Stop using decimals as commas.
1,500mL is equal to 1.5L.
There are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter.
One milliliter is 0.001 liter