Hey there! Today, we are going to learn about how to change units for measuring liquids, like when you water your plants in your garden. We will look at **milliliters (ml)** and **fluid ounces (fl oz)**. These are two different ways to measure how much liquid we have.

Now, sometimes we use milliliters, especially in science or cooking, and other times we might use fluid ounces, which is more common in places like the United States.

To understand how to convert **900 ml** into **fluid ounces**, we need to know a little conversion fact:

$$

1 \text{ fluid ounce} \approx 29.57 \text{ ml}

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So, to find out how many fluid ounces are in 900 ml, we can use this formula:

$$

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

$$

Now let’s do the math:

$$

\text{Fluid Ounces} = \frac{900 \text{ ml}}{29.57} \approx 30.43 \text{ fl oz}

$$

That means **900 ml** is about **30.43 fluid ounces**!

When you’re watering your plants, it’s important to know how much water you need. If a recipe calls for a certain amount of liquid or if you’re mixing fertilizer, knowing these conversions can help a lot!

Here are **7 objects** that are *exactly equal* to **900 ml** or **30.43 fl oz**:

- A large soda bottle (often holds about 900 ml).
- A standard blender container.
- A medium-sized watering can.
- Two cups of water (each cup is about 450 ml).
- A typical quart-sized jar filled with water.
- A small fish tank that can hold 900 ml of water.
- A small pitcher used for serving drinks.

Now you know how to convert **900 ml** to **fluid ounces** and some everyday items that hold the same amount. Keep practicing with your garden and have fun with measurements!