As part of your KS3 Maths work on shapes you will be used to measuring heights, widths, areas, angles, circumferences and perimeters. These are all relevant to 2D shapes like squares or circles. 3D shapes have one other aspect - volume or capacity.
We can work out the capacities of 3D shapes by using certain formulae. Litres and millilitres are two examples of measurements of capacity or volume. These are metric measurements and so very easy to work with - provided that you are careful with noughts and decimal places. Occasionally you may come across imperial units of capacity like gallons or pints. But don't worry - this quiz sticks to metric measures.
To make you familiar with millilitres and litres and how they relate to one another you can play this quiz. Take your time and read each question carefully before submitting your answers. Good luck!.