If one can is 16 oz. wouldn't you multiply that by 36 (the number of cans in a case) and get your weight?
cans and bottles are listed by volume, not weight (ie Fl. Oz).
The contents may weigh more or less than 1 oz per fl oz.
plus there is the weight of the containers.
and 36 in a case?
On average, one gallon of soda will weigh roughly 4.5 pounds. This is equivalent to roughly 72 ounces.
A soda bottle weigh 2 litter
about 60 pounds
I'll try it... 4.5 pounds.
yes it does
17 pounds is nonsense. It should be about 1.5 grams.
16 ounces equals a pound. So if the case has six cans, (multiply by 12 ounces) = 72 ounces, then dividing by 16 ounces, you have about 4 and a half pounds. If it is a 12 pack, then (multiply by 12 ounces) = 144 ounces, then divide by 16 to get pounds.
Coke in the 24-can "refrigerator" packaging = 21 pounds. (Regular/classic coke)
A bike would be closer to 20 pounds. 20 ounces is the approximate wait of a 20oz bottle of soda. A bike ways much more than a bottle of soda.
There are 12 ounces in a can of soda, so you can gain a maximum of .75 (3/4) pounds per can.
A typical 12 pack of canned soda weighs just under 10 lbs. (9.95 Pounds to be exact).
About 30 cups
0.0331 pounds per soda can, so about 30.2 cans.
12. But if you get a big pack its 24.
About 330 grams, but it differs from one soda to another...
Soda cans are made of 100% aluminium. What you weigh is what you get!
The density of most water-based drinks have a density around 1kg/L. Soda has so much sugar that it is slightly more dense. A kg weights about 10 Nt or 2.2 pounds. A liter of soda would be slightly higher.
1 fluid ounce of soda weighs 0.062 5 pound. 12 fluid ounces of soda weighs 0.75 pound. If it's in a can it will weigh more.