Imagine you have a big garden, and you need to measure how much water you have for your plants. You might have heard of different ways to measure liquid, like **liters** and **quarts**.

**Liters** are often used for bigger amounts of liquid, like when you’re filling a watering can or a rain barrel. Meanwhile, **quarts** are usually for smaller amounts, which can be handy for filling smaller containers or jars.

Now, if we want to change from **liters** to **quarts**, we need to know how these two measurements relate. One liter is about **1.056 quarts**. So, if we want to find out how many quarts are in **900 liters**, we can use a little math:

- We take the number of liters: $900$.
- We multiply by how many quarts are in a liter: $1.056$.

So the equation looks like this:

$$

900 \text{ liters} \times 1.056 \text{ quarts/liter} = 950.4 \text{ quarts}

$$

This means **900 liters is equal to 950.4 quarts**!

Here are **7 objects** that can help you visualize this amount:

**5-gallon bucket**(1 bucket = about 18.9 liters) — You would need about**48 buckets**to equal 900 liters.**Standard watering can**(can hold about 2 liters) — You would need**450 watering cans**.**1-liter plastic bottles**— You would need**900 of these**bottles.**Average filled bathtubs**(a typical bathtub holds about 300 liters) — You would need about**3 bathtubs**to equal 900 liters.**2-liter soda bottles**— Approximately**450 of these**would equal 900 liters.**Rain barrels**(usually hold about 200 liters) — You would need about**4.5 rain barrels**.**Football field-sized puddle**(approx. 1000 liters) — You’d have almost enough to fill one!

So now you know how to convert liters into quarts and can picture just how much 900 liters really is! Happy gardening!