King Henry's Liquid Conflicts

King Henry's Liquid Conflicts

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  • Man, this brand tastes even better!
  • Long ago, King Henry loved chocolate milk.
  • Then one day, he inquired...
  • How much  chocolate milk is in the glass?
  • As he was thinking about his question while taking a stroll, his advisor appeared.
  • Can you help me measure the chocolate milk in my glass?
  • What seems to be the problem, sire?
  • For 30 minutes, the advisor explained liquid measurements to King Henry.
  • 1 Kiloliter= 10 hectoliters, 1 hectoliter= 10 decaliters, 1 decaliter= 10 liters, 1 liter = 10 deciliters, 1 deciliter= 10 centiliters, and 10 centiliters = 10 milliliters. 
  • After the lesson, King Henry was knowledgeable about liquid measurements, and on top of that, He finally knew how much chocolate milk was in the glass.
  • I feel accomplished! I learned something new and I finally found out that my glass holds 1000 milliliters of chocolate milk, which is equal to a liter!
  • Unfortunately, King Henry Died due to excessive drinking of a sugary substance, but his name will always be remembered by this acronym.
  • Kiloliter, Hectoliter, Decaliter, Deciliter, Centiliter, Milliliter.
  • King Henry Died, Drinking Chocolate Milk.
  • King Henry
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