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. More »

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There are 4 quarts in a gallon. The contents of a gallon can either be fluid or dry, with different volumes for each. For example, a quart is equal to 0.25 gallons, therefore, there are 4 fluid quarts in a fluid gallon a... More »

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A gallon has 4 quarts. Each quart has 2 pints, so a gallon also contains 8 pints. Each pint is 2 cups, so a gallon has 16 cups. More »

There are 4 quarts in a gallon. The contents of a gallon can either be fluid or dry, with different volumes for each. For example, a quart is equal to 0.25 gallons, therefore, there are 4 fluid quarts in a fluid gallon a... More »

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There are 8 cups in half of one U.S. gallon. This means that a half gallon is also equivalent to 2 quarts. In the U.S., milk and other liquids are often sold in standard half-gallon or gallon jugs. More »

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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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 »