Hey there! Today, we’re going to learn how to change a **measurement** from **milliliters (ml)** to **gallons**. This is super important, especially when we’re working in the garden and using different amounts of **water** or **fertilizer**.

First, let’s understand the terms. A **milliliter** is a small unit of measurement. It’s often used to measure small amounts of liquid, like watering your plants. A **gallon**, on the other hand, is a larger unit, perfect for measuring bigger quantities, like how much water you need for a whole garden plot.

To convert **75 ml** into **gallons**, we can use a conversion formula. The conversion factor to remember is that:

$$

1 \text{ gallon} = 3,785.41 \text{ milliliters}

$$

So, to find out how many gallons are in **75 ml**, you divide:

$$

\text{Gallons} = \frac{\text{ml}}{3,785.41} = \frac{75}{3,785.41} \approx 0.0198 \text{ gallons}

$$

That means **75 ml** is approximately **0.0198 gallons**. It’s a small amount, but it can still be useful for measuring out **liquids** in your garden!

To help you remember this, here are **7 objects** that are **exactly equal** to **75 ml**:

**5 tablespoons**of water (since 1 tablespoon is about 15 ml).**15 teaspoons**of liquid (as 1 teaspoon equals about 5 ml).**A small shot glass**(often holds about 75 ml).**A couple of strawberries**(if you chop them up, that can fill about 75 ml).**A large egg**(the liquid content of one egg is roughly 75 ml).**A small medicine cup**(used for liquid medications, usually holds 75 ml).**Half of a standard water bottle**(a normal bottle can be about 150 ml).

Now you know how to convert and measure liquids for your gardening needs! Happy gardening! 🌱