Q: How is a milk jug measured?

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No. It would be measured in Liters.

one gallon. (8 pounds)

A 'fraction' means 'a part of it but not all of it'. Like when you take a jug of milk out of the fridge, pour yourself a glass, and put the rest of the jug back in the fridge. You drank a "fraction" of what was in the jug.

Only around 12 inches.

To calculate the number of quarters of milk needed to fill a 2-litre jug, we need to know the volume of 1 quarter. Assuming the standard volume of a quarter of milk is 1 liter, we can then determine that we would need 2 quarters of milk to fill a 2-liter jug.

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No. It would be measured in Liters.

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You can get a 1 quart jug of milk or a 2 quart jug of milk

There is 1 gallon of milk in the typical milk jug.

There are several ways you could determine the capacity of a milk jug: 1: Fill the milk jug with water and then transfer the water to a graduated measuring jug 2: take a bottle of known volume such as a soda bottle. Fill the soda bottle and transfer its contents to the milk jug to get its approximate capacity 3: weigh the empty milk jug and make a note of the weight. Then, fill the milk jug with water. 1 cubic cm of water weighs 1 gram. Deduct the weight of the empty jug from the weight of the full jug to give the weight of the water inside. If, for example, the water weighs approximately 1000 grams then you have a 1 litre milk jug

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The answer will completely depend on the capacity of that particular jug.

One can purchase a milk jug at a variety of online retailers that sell or specialize in housewares. E-commerce websites such as Amazon and eBay will carry milk jugs.

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