Imagine you’re in your garden, and you need to water your plants. Sometimes we measure liquids in **liters**, like when you fill up a watering can, and other times in **fluid ounces**, which is another way to show how much liquid we have.

Now, let’s figure out how many fluid ounces are in **1.4 liters**!

To understand this, we need to remember that **1 liter** is about **33.8 fluid ounces**. So, if we want to convert **1.4 liters** to fluid ounces, we can use a simple calculation.

Here’s how we do it:

- Start with
**1.4 liters**. - Multiply it by the number of fluid ounces in
**one liter**:

$$

1.4 \text{ liters} \times 33.8 \text{ fluid ounces/liter} = 47.029 \text{ fluid ounces}

$$

So, **1.4 liters** is equal to about **47.029 fluid ounces**!

Now, let’s think about some objects that are exactly equal to **1.4 liters**:

**A large water bottle**(like those used for sports)**A medium-sized jug**of tea**Four cups**of water, since there are about**4 cups in a liter****Two soda bottles**(each is about**700 mL**)**A standard kitchen measuring cup**filled up to its maximum (16 cups make a full gallon)**A small milk carton**(usually around**1.4 liters**)**A large flower vase**filled with water

These items can help you visualize how much **1.4 liters** really is, especially if you’re planning to take care of your plants! 🌱💧