Eight pints are equal to 1 gallon. Pints and gallons are both U.S. customary units of volume derived from the imperial system of measurement. This system is used primarily in the United States and is utilized in most rec... More »

One quart contains 2 pints. Ounces, cups, pints, quarts and gallons are all units of volume used in the United States. These U.S. customary units are based on the imperial system of measurement. More »

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One liter equals 1 3/4 pints. A liter is a metric unit of volume, and a pint is an imperial unit of volume; this discrepancy causes the need for conversion. More »

There are 2.11 U.S. pints in 1 metric liter. The quart is similar to the liter, with 1 liter being equal to 1.05 quarts. Although the metric system was sanctioned in the United States in 1866, it has never been adopted a... More »

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There are about 1.77 pints of confectioner's sugar in a pound, and there is about 1 pint of butter in a pound. Pints are a measure of volume, and pounds are a measure of mass. More »

One quart contains 2 pints. Ounces, cups, pints, quarts and gallons are all units of volume used in the United States. These U.S. customary units are based on the imperial system of measurement. More »

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A liquid measurement chart displays measurements for fluids, such as pints, cups and ounces, and indicates equivalencies. For instance, one quart is the same as one-fourth of a gallon, 2 pints, 4 cups or 32 fluid ounces. More »