Q: Is a two liter closer to a gallon or pound?

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A gallon, there are just over 4 1/2 liters in an imperial gallon.

Liters isn't a measurement. Please check your GRAMMARbecause I have an internet Q+A specialist and he isn't happy! If you are refering to litres then the answer is DEFINATLY NOT! Duh!Mrs Maisy R Johnson.Q+A specialist.For more answers call me, 01229 582308xx

That depends on the type material you are referring to. Also, these are two different types of measurements. One is volume the other is weight or mass. Please edit your question to include more context or details.

two of the soda bottles you buy in the machines at school.

Some notes are that the ounces to cup conversion works for water and fluids with a high water content. This conversion will not work for "dry" goods such as flour, sugar, etc. or for chopped vegetables. Eight ounces in a cup and 16 in a pound, but they measure different things. A cup is measured by volume and a pound by weight. So you can't be sure that two cups of, say, flour, weigh a pound. In fact, they don't. How many ounce in a cup? 1 US cup = 8 US fluid ounces How many ounce in a gallon? 1 US gallon = 128 US fluid ounce How many ounce in a liter? 1 liter = 33.8140226 US fluid ounce How many ounce in a pint? 1 US pint = 16 US fluid ounce How many ounce in a pound? 1 pound = 16 ounce How many ounce in a quart? 1 US quart = 32 US fluid ounce How many cup in a gallon? 1 US gallon = 16 US cup How many cup in a pint? 1 US pint = 2 US cup How many cup in a pound? 1 pound = 2 US cup How many cup in a quart? 1 pound = 4 US cup

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because there are two liters in a gallon, the answer to your question is that there are 1/8 or 0.125 or 12.5% gallons in a quarter liter.

A gallon, there are just over 4 1/2 liters in an imperial gallon.

There are two units of measurement which are called 'gallon' 1 imperial gallon (uk) is equal to 4.54609188 litres 1 US gallon is equal to 3.78541178 litres I have to assume you want to compare a gallon and a liter of the same liquid. In this case a gallon will always be heavier than a liter. However if you compare for example a gallon of air with a liter of water, the liter of water will weigh more than the gallon of air.

No. A liter is a little larger than a quart and there are 4 quarts in a gallon.

A gallon is a unit of capacity. A pound is a unit of mass. The two units are therefore incompatible.

2/3s of what? gallon, pint, quart, liter?

Yes. Two liters is about 0.528 US gallons - just over 1/2 a gallon.

1/4 gallon or 0.94 liter

Are closer together than the molecules of soda that they contain.

Liters isn't a measurement. Please check your GRAMMARbecause I have an internet Q+A specialist and he isn't happy! If you are refering to litres then the answer is DEFINATLY NOT! Duh!Mrs Maisy R Johnson.Q+A specialist.For more answers call me, 01229 582308xx

Mass: Pound and Gram Volume: Gallon and Litre.

A gallon is a unit of capacity. A pound is a unit of mass. The two units are therefore incompatible.