A can of soda is typically 12 ounces. If you have 6 cans of 12 ounce soda, you would multiply 12x6, which equals 72. A 6 pack of soda would weigh 72 ounces.
Canned soda comes in regular and diet. The regular canned soda has about a nine month shelf life from the date it was made. Canned diet soda is good for about 3 to 4 months.
A soda bottle weigh 2 litter
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 12pack would cost less.The 24pack would cost more and give you more drinks than the 12pack.So it depends on how much money your willing to spend.I would go with the 24pack because it last more so I dont have to run back to the store and get anoher12pack.So 12 is half of 24.So you would be spending have your money on the 12pack which gives you less.On the 24pack just add 12 more and you have 2.So you would spend them same amount probally if you bought the 12pack twice.
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A US soda usually cost appox. 1.00 - 2.00 depending on the brand. A common canned soda usually cost 1.29$
One could add baking soda to canned beans, but it is impossible to imagine why one would do so.
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.
Canned Soda heats up quicker because of the heat conductivity of the aluminum and the carbonation of the soda. Glass bottles are not as good conductors of heat and the boiling temperature of water is high.
Depends on the size of the can, of course.
about 60 pounds
Considered soda ... by whom, specifically? If your school/parents/other authority figure bans soda, you should ask them whether or not that includes edge cases like canned lemonade.
I'll try it... 4.5 pounds.
The answer is in the question 1 pound
An average size can weighs 355 grams
17 pounds is nonsense. It should be about 1.5 grams.
216 grams per cup