Hey there, young gardener! ๐ฑ Today, we are going to learn about measuring liquids, which is very important when taking care of your plants. Sometimes we use different units to measure how much water we need. One common way to measure liquid is in **milliliters (ml)**, and another way is in **quarts**. Let’s see how we can change from milliliters to quarts.

First, did you know that **1 quart** is equal to **946.35 milliliters**? That means if you have some milliliters, you can find out how many quarts that is by dividing the number of milliliters by **946.35**.

To find out how many quarts are in **1400 ml**, we can use this formula:

$$

\text{Quarts} = \frac{1400 \text{ ml}}{946.35 \text{ ml/quart}}

$$

Now, let’s calculate it:

$$

\text{Quarts} \approx 1.480 \text{ quarts}

$$

So, **1400 milliliters** is approximately **1.48 quarts**. That’s like having a little over one and a half quarts of water, which is super useful for watering those thirsty plants in your garden!

Here are 7 objects that are **exactly equal** to **1400 ml**:

- A standard
**big glass**of water (if it holds 1400 ml). - A large
**soup can**. **Two 700 ml bottles**of juice.- A medium
**sized mixing bowl**used in baking. - A little over
**five cups**of water (a cup is about 284 ml). - A
**1.5-liter soda bottle**(since 1 liter is about 1000 ml). - A
**1-quart jar**filled to the top, plus a little more.

Now youโre ready to measure just the right amount of water for your plants! Happy gardening! ๐ผ