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How many people do you need to serve?

There are 16 cups per gallon. Or, if everyone needs 1.5 cups, there are a little over 10 "servings" per gallon.

So 1 gallon should serve 10 people, 2 gallons serves 20, and so on.

Remember some people will want refills :-)

Q: How many gallons of juice do you need for everyone to get 1 and a half cups each?

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1). If there are 32 students and 1 cup of juice, you have enough juice to give each student 1/4 ounce.2). If you want to give each student 1 cup of juice, you'll need to start out with 32 cups = 2 gallons.

1 litre = 100 cL so 3.33... cups of 30 cL each.

8 pints = 1 gallon 500 pints = 500/8 = 62.5 gallons

If remembering volumes is giving you trouble,Each time the unit gets smaller you double.1 gallon = 2 half gallons = 4 quarts = 8 pints = 16 cups

2 US pints (16 ounces each) = 4 cups (8 ounces each)

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80 cups is the correct answer. The guests will get 4 cups each. Source :- Eng Net Tools conversion software

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1). If there are 32 students and 1 cup of juice, you have enough juice to give each student 1/4 ounce.2). If you want to give each student 1 cup of juice, you'll need to start out with 32 cups = 2 gallons.

They will get 3 cups each.

Approximately 20 gallons of iced tea, assuming that each person only take one 16 oz. glass of iced tea. 1 gallon = 8 (16oz) glass of iced tea. 10 gallons = 80 glass of iced tea 20 gallons = 160 glass of iced tea

1 litre = 100 cL so 3.33... cups of 30 cL each.

Sherbet is a frozen dessert that is made out of fruit juice and sugar. As of July 2013, the amount of gallons of sherbet that is made each year is not stated online.

A US gallon is 128 fluid ounces and 1 cup is 8 fluid ounces so there are 16 cups of 8 ounces each in 1 gallon. 25 gallons contain 400 cups (25 x 16).

In a average cup (250ml) 8 cups would be 3.5 Pints

8 pints = 1 gallon 500 pints = 500/8 = 62.5 gallons

12 1/2. Here is the math: 2cups = 1 pint 2 pints = 1 quart(4 cups) 4 quarts = 1 gallon(16 cups) divide 200 by 16 and you get 12 gallons with 8 cups leftover. 8/16 = 1/2.