Hey there! Today, we’re going to learn how to **convert** a measurement from **milliliters (ml)** to **gallons**. This is especially useful for you when you’re watering your plants in the garden or mixing up fertilizer!

First, let’s understand what we mean by milliliters and gallons:

**Milliliters**are a small unit of volume. For example, think of a bottle of water – it might be labeled as having 500 ml.**Gallons**are much larger units of volume, often used for things like storing water in big tanks or measuring liquids like paint.

Now, here’s a fun fact: 1 gallon is equal to **3785 milliliters**! So, if you want to find out how many gallons are in 4000 ml, you can use this equation:

$$

\text{gallons} = \frac{\text{milliliters}}{3785}

$$

Now, let’s do the math:

$$

\text{gallons} = \frac{4000 \text{ ml}}{3785} \approx 1.057 \text{ gallons}

$$

So, 4000 ml is approximately **1.057 gallons**. This means if you’re using 4000 ml of water for your plants, that’s just a little over 1 gallon!

### Here are 7 objects that are **exactly equal** to **4000 ml**:

**Four 1-liter bottles**(since 1 liter = 1000 ml)**One large soup pot**that holds 4000 ml of liquid**Eight 500 ml water bottles****Four 1000 ml measuring cups****One medium-sized fish tank**(if it holds exactly 4000 ml)**Two 2000 ml juice cartons****Ten 400 ml cans of soda**

Now you can feel confident when you’re measuring liquids in your garden!