In a US gallon... 128 ounces
Both US gallons and "Imperial" (UK) gallons contain 8 pints - but the US pint is 16 fluid ounces while the Imperial pint is 20 fluid ounces.
So if you're working in Imperial gallons the answer is 160 fluid ounces.
It's quite a big difference so worth double-checking which units you're supposed to be using!
To know the weight of a certain volume you need to know the specific gravity of the fluid. In other words: the weight of one US gallon of water is not the same as the weight of one US gallon of gasoline.
1 gallon [US, liquid] = 128 ounce [US, liquid]
1 Imperial gallon = 160 Imperial fluid ounces
128 fluid ounces = 1 gal I'm happy to help =D
Ounces and gallons are two different units of measurement.
Ounces is a unit of mass/weight.
Gallon is a measure of liquid volume.
Depending on the liquid , be it water, oil, gasoline(petrol), ethanol (ethyl alcohol) , for one gallon of volume you will have a different mass for a different liquid, this is owing to the density of the liquid.
A US gallon is 128 ounces
1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces
That is 32 ounces
128 ounces to a gallonUS
320 ounces = 100 gallons 100 100 1 gallon = 3.2 ounces
That takes 8 x 16 ounces for a US gallon.
5.3 per gallon.
128 ounces in a gallon
128 ounces in a gallon.
No. 128 ounces = one gallon.
Assuming you are talking about US fluid ounces, there are 128 fluid ounces in one gallon, and 40% of this is 51.2 ounces.
1 gallon = 128 ounces
128 ounces = 1 gallon
4 US ounces make up 0.03125 US gallons. In contrast, 1 US gallon is equal to exactly 128 US ounces.
1 US gallon = 128 US fluid ounces
There are 128 US fluid ounces in a US gallon. So that would be sixteen (16) 8-ounces.
No. Are you joking? An ounce? There are 128 ounces in one gallon.
64 ounces =
32 ounces = 1 quart.You need four of those to make one gallon.
128 ounces makes a gallon.