When we talk about liquids, like the water we use in our **gardening**, we sometimes want to change the way we measure them. One common way to measure liquids is in **milliliters (ml)** and another way is in **fluid ounces (fl oz)**.

So, what does this all mean? Well, 200 ml is a specific amount of liquid. To understand how much that is in fluid ounces, we can use a conversion.

Here’s the important part: 1 fluid ounce is about **29.57 milliliters**. To figure out how many fluid ounces are in 200 ml, we can use this equation:

$$

\text{Fluid Ounces} = \frac{\text{Milliliters}}{29.57}

$$

Now, if we plug in **200 ml** into the equation, we do this:

$$

\text{Fluid Ounces} = \frac{200}{29.57} \approx 6.76

$$

So, **200 milliliters** is approximately **6.76 fluid ounces**! This means if you had a measuring cup that holds **6.76 fluid ounces**, it would be just the right size to hold **200 ml** of water!

Here are **7 objects** that can help you visualize exactly **200 ml**:

- A standard
**cup**(when filled, it holds about 200 ml). - A small
**water bottle**used for kids that holds 200 ml. - A
**soup can**, which often has about 200 ml of liquid in it. - A small
**flower vase**designed to hold water for a few stems. - A
**shot glass**, which usually measures around 50 ml, so four of these filled would make about 200 ml. - A
**250 ml juice box**— if it’s not completely filled, it can be very close to 200 ml when half full. - A small
**measuring beaker**used in science classes that can measure up to 200 ml.

These objects can be helpful when you’re watering plants or mixing up plant food for your **garden**!