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# How many quarts are in one gallon?

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There are 4 quarts in 1 U.S. gallon. In international locations where the liter is used as the standard measurement, approximately 4 liters equal 1 U.S. gallon.

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One gallon is also the equivalent of 8 pints or 16 cups of liquid. There are 128 fluid ounces in a gallon.

The United States does not use the gallon measurement for dry goods. Gallons are used to describe liquid volumes. Liquid volumes measure how much space a liquid takes up inside a given container.

Depending on the weight of packaging, a standard US gallon weighs around 8 pounds. This weight can fluctuate depending on the temperature of the liquid.

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Measurements equal to 2 quarts are 4 pints, 1/2 gallon, 32 ounces, 8 cups or 115.4 cubic inches. A single quart is equivalent to 2 pints, 16 ounces, 4 cups or 57.7 cubic inches. To convert quarts to another unit of measurement, they must be divided or multiplied by the appropriate conversion figure.

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One cubic foot of volume contains 29.92 fluid quarts or 25.71 dry quarts. Conversely, one fluid quart consists of 0.033 cubic feet of volume and one dry quart comprises 0.039 cubic feet.

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One cup of water is equal to eight fluid ounces, 0.5 pints, 0.25 quarts and 0.06 gallons when using U.S. standard measurements for volume. The metric equivalent of one standard U.S. cup is .95 metric cups.