Hey there! Today, we’re going to learn about how much **100 milliliters** (ml) is when we think about it in terms of **gallons**. This is a fun way to understand measurements, especially when you’re gardening and need to mix the right amount of water or fertilizer for your plants!

First, let’s understand what **milliliters** are. Milliliters are a small unit of measurement used for liquids. It’s like a tiny cup of water. Now, **gallons** are much bigger! A gallon can hold a lot of liquid, and we often use gallons when we’re talking about larger amounts, like filling up a watering can!

Now, how do we convert from **milliliters** to **gallons**? Here’s the magic number:

$$1 \text{ gallon} = 3,785.41 \text{ ml}$$

So, to find out how many gallons are in **100 ml**, we can use this formula:

$$\text{gallons} = \frac{\text{ml}}{3,785.41}$$

Let’s do the math!

$$\text{gallons} = \frac{100}{3,785.41} \approx 0.0264 \text{ gallons}$$

So, **100 ml** is approximately **0.0264 gallons**. That’s a very tiny part of a gallon!

Now, to help you visualize this, here are **7 objects** that are **exactly equal** to **100 ml**:

**A shot glass**(most hold about 100 ml)**A small medicine cup**(often used for liquid medicine)**A half of a standard soda can**(a can usually holds 200 ml)**A small yogurt container**(some contain 100 ml of yogurt)**A small water bottle**(many kids’ water bottles start at that amount)**A cooking oil measuring cup**(many have 100 ml markings)**A small perfume bottle**(mini bottles often have 100 ml)

Now, when we are watering our garden, just remember that **100 ml** is a small but important amount. Happy gardening! 🌱💧