There are four quarts in a gallon, assuming that one is using U.S. quarts and U.S. gallons. However, the ratio varies if using non-US units of measurement. More »

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There are 2 quarts in a half-gallon. A gallon contains a total of 4 quarts, whether you are measuring volume using the U.S. or British Imperial System of measurements. More »

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 measu... More »

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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. More »

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. More »

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There are 1.06 quarts in a liter. The volume of a liter is defined as 1 cubic deciliter. At 4 degrees Celsius, 1 kilogram of water has the volume of 1 liter. For cooking purposes, Betty Crocker considers the quart and li... More »

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 measu... More »

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