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There are 4 cups of water that equal to 32 ounces. Each of these cups are equal to 8 ounces.

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One gallon is equal to 128 fluid ounces. 128 / 32 = 4 glasses.


1 gallon = 128 ounces. Assuming the glasses will be filled with exactly 8 ounces, use: 2*128/8 = 32 glasses


4 L x 0.946 x 32 = 121.088 ounces 121.088 / 12 = 10 full glasses and 1.088 ounces in another glass.


It would depend on what size glass you're referring to. There are 32 ounces on a quart: drinking glasses are between 8 and 10 ounces. Simply divide 32 by the size of the glass. 32/8= 4 glasses.


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0.946 liters=1 quart=32 ounces


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32 ounces equals 1 quart . Also equivalent is four 8 ounce glasses.


A US quart of water is 32 ounces.


72 tablespoons of water is 32 ounces


0.25 US gallons of water is 32 fluid ounces.


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4 ounces. 2.5 is 1/8 of 20. So 1/8 of 32 ounces is how much you need. 32 divided by 8 is 4. You need 4 ounces.


1 litre of water is 32 ounces.


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32 ounces = 1 quart.You need four of those to make one gallon.


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