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Q: What is 6 and 1 4th qt to mL?

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2 pt = 1 qt 12 pt = 6 qt

4 gal and 1 qt

NO! .6 ml is 6 tenths of 1 ml. 6 ml is 6 ml or .006 litres. .6 ml is .0006 litres

Assuming liquid for both, then 24 qt. Algebraic steps below: 6 gal*4 qt 1 gal=24 qt

It is 7 cups.

1 qt = 2 pt2 qt = 4 pt3 qt = 6 pt9 pt is more bigger.

no backwards 3 qts = 6 pints 1 qt = 2 pints 1 pint = 0.5 Qt

They are equal. 1 qt = 2 pts so 6/2 = 3 qts.

There are 2 pts in a qt You would be looking at 6 qts and 1 pt

6 QT

6 qt is a greater

6.25 or 6 & 1/4 or 6 & 1 qt

1 qt = 2 pints 6 x 2 = 12 pints + 1 pint = 13 pints total

1 gallon and 2 quarts

That is 6 cups

2 pints = 1 qt 12 pints = 6 qt

Convert to the same units, then compare: 1 qt = 2 pt ⇒ 6 qt = 6 x 2 pt = 12 pt > 10 pt So 6 quarts are more than 10 pints. Alternatively: 2 pt = 1 qt ⇒ 10 pt = 10 ÷ 2 qt = 5 qt < 6 qt so 6 quarts are more than 10 pints.

1 pint 6 fluid ounces is 650.62 mL

There are 24 qt in 6 gallons

6 qt

6 qt

1000 ml = 1 l ⇒ 6 ml = 6 ÷ 1000 l = 0.006 l

192 oz 1 quart = 32 oz 1 oz = 0.03 qt 1 Imp. qt = 40 oz

6 quarts or 1 1/2 gallons