Q: If 1 ounce treats 2 and a half gallons how many teaspoons treats 1 half gallon?

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at 128 ounces per gallon, you need 600/128 = 4.7 gallons,or about 5 gallons

There are 8 imperial pints in an imperial (British) gallon. An imperial pint is 20 ounces and an imperial gallon is 160 ounces. A US pint is 16 US ounces, so there are approximately 10 US pints in a British gallon (a US ounce is slightly larger than an imperial ounce; 1 US ounce = 1.041 imperial ounce approximately).

1 fluid ounce = 0.00625 gallons.

That depends on how much volume 5 ounces takes up ! An ounce - is a measurement of DRY weight, whereas a gallon is a LIQUID measurement !

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To find how many ounces are needed to treat 1 gallon, divide the amount needed for 2.5 gallons by 2.5. Therefore, 1 ounce treats 2.5 gallons, so 1/2.5 = 0.4 ounces treats 1 gallon.

One fluid ounce is 0.0078125 gallon.

1/16th of a gallon. Eight ounces are in a cup. Two cups are in a pint. Two pints are in a quart. Four quarts are in gallon.

Teaspoons in an ounce

One gallon = 128 fluid ounces Therefore, there is 1/128 gallons in one ounce. 1/128 = 0.0078125

1.5 fluid ounces = 0.01172 gallons.

Gallon.Gallon.Gallon.Gallon.

2.5 gallons is equal to 320 ounces

321 gallon = 16 cups1 cup = 0.06 Gallon

1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces10 gallons = 1,280 fluid ounces

1 fluid ounce = 0.0078125 gallon 1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces