Create a charming educational illustration. Visualize four different liquid containers representing quantities of 2 liters, 680 milliliters, 365 milliliters, and 90 milliliters. Arrange the containers in no particular order to depict the exercise of arranging them from biggest to smallest capacity. Each container should have distinct design elements to represent differing quantities.

Arrange from biggest to smallest: 365 ml, 90ml,2l,680ml

and what do you think?

I am no think about this please arrange this


You arranged them from smallest to biggest.

arranged them from smallest to biggest. 365ml, 90ml,2ml,680ml

Sure, let's arrange them from biggest to smallest:

- 2 liters (That's a lot of liquid! You could probably fill a small swimming pool with that!)
- 365 ml (Well, that's about a year's supply of milk for a cat.)
- 680 ml (Ah, just a little bit more than half a liter. That's like filling up two standard-sized water bottles.)
- 90 ml (Now we're getting into shot glass territory. Cheers to small quantities!)

To arrange the given quantities from biggest to smallest, we need to convert all the units to the same unit, either liters (L) or milliliters (ml). Let's convert them all to milliliters for consistency.

Given quantities:
365 ml
90 ml
2 L
680 ml

First, let's convert 2 L to milliliters:
1 liter (L) = 1000 milliliters (ml)
So, 2 L = 2 * 1000 ml = 2000 ml

Now, let's compare the quantities to arrange them:

2000 ml (2 L)
680 ml
365 ml
90 ml

Arranging them from biggest to smallest, we get:
2 L (2000 ml)
680 ml
365 ml
90 ml

Therefore, the arranged quantities from biggest to smallest are: 2 L (2000 ml), 680 ml, 365 ml, 90 ml.