Q: How many bottles of water do you have to drink to reach 1 liter?

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1 liter is equal to approximately 0.59 bottles of water.

It would take 2.52 bottles to fill a gallon jug.

1.5 liters = 50.7210341 fluid ounces = 3.00124bottles of 16.9 fluid ounces each (rounded)

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1 cup = 8 fluid ounces8 cups = 64 fluid ounces64/16.9 = 3.787 bottles

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You would need to drink approximately two 16.9 ounce bottles of water to get one liter, as one liter is equivalent to about 33.8 ounces.

Based on your spelling of liter I guess you are American (conversion is different for European litres): 1 liter ≈ 33.814 fl oz → 33.814 fl oz ÷ 8 fl oz/bottle ≈ 4.23 bottles → you could fill four 8 fl oz bottles from 1 liter of water, and have a little left over. Alternatively, you need to drink a little under 4 1/4 eight ounce bottles of water to drink 1 liter of water.

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You are close, but not quite correct. One quart is equal to approximately 0.946 liters, so you would need to drink about two 0.5 liter bottles to equal one quart of water.

There are approximately 1.056 16.9 oz bottles of water in a liter.

You would need to drink approximately 5 bottles of water to reach 80 ounces, as the typical water bottle contains 16 ounces.

A liter-sized drink could include soda, beer, water, or juice in a large bottle or container.

1 liter is equal to approximately 0.59 bottles of water.

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You would need to drink approximately 3.8 bottles of twenty-ounce water to consume two liters.

It is not good at all. It is very very very bad you should only drink two bottles of water a day.

Provided the water is clean there is absolutely no reason why people should not drink it. IT is MUCH better to drink tap water than water sold to you in plastic bottles. The production of the bottles is killing the planer.