Arrange in ascending order.
Converting the measurements to the same unit can help us arrange the capacities.
Each millilitre is equivalent to a cubic centimetres:
There are cubic centimetres (millilitres) in 1 cubic decimetre (litre), so we should multiply each number of cubic decimetres by to convert to cubic centimetres:
There are cubic centimetres (millilitres) in 1 litre, so we need to multiply the number of litres by to convert to cubic centimetres:
Since < < < < , then the capacities arranged in ascending order are , , , ,