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The most common and beneficial use for one gallon of water is to drink it. The body needs water every day in order to prevent dehydration. Additional uses include cooking and plant irrigation.

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The weight of 1 gallon of pure water at room temperature is 8.329 pounds. The weight varies with temperature, ranging from 8.344 pounds at 32 F, the freezing point, to 7.996 pounds at 212 F, the boiling point. Water is at its heaviest at 39.2 F.

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Amazon.com and eBay.com both carry 5-gallon water bottles. Many brick-and-mortar stores such as Wal-Mart and Home Depot carry the bottles in their stores and online.

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The number of water bottles in a gallon depends on the size of the water bottle. A gallon is 128 fluid ounces; one must divide 128 by the number of ounces in the water bottle to get the answer.

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A United States customary gallon of water weighs, on average, 8.34 pounds. Five U.S. gallons, therefore, weighs 41.7 lbs. The British imperial gallon weighs 10.022 pounds. This means that 5 imperial gallons weigh, on average, some 10 pounds more compared to 5 U.S. gallons. Both calculations say "on

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One gallon of water weighs 8 pounds. This weight is due to the weight of the water molecules and the density of water. Ice is less dense than water, however, so if that gallon of water were frozen, it would take up more than a gallon of volume.

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The time it takes to freeze a gallon of water varies from minutes to several hours. The time it takes is based on several factors including temperature and the pureness of the water.

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There are 128 U.S. fluid ounces in a U.S. gallon of water. Furthermore, there are 160 imperial fluid ounces in an imperial gallon. The U.S. ounce and gallon are used in the United States, while the imperial versions of these units of measurements are used in Britain.

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One gallon of water is equal to 16 cups. One gallon is also equal to 8 pints or 4 quarts. One cup of liquid is equal to 2 pints.

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Rheem Electronics makes 40-gallon water heaters, available in the Classics Plus and Classics Series line. Kenmore brand, available at Sears, also makes 40-gallon water heaters.