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That completely depends on how much each bottle holds.

We buy our Ginger Ale in 2-liter bottles. In that case, the answer is: 1 bottle.

Note:

If you get your bottled water in the handy 16.9-ounce size, that particular weird number

came from 1/2 liter, and it's surprisingly close to equal. So for 16.9-ounce bottles only,

4 bottles make 2 liters.

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Two liters is equal to approximately 7.5 9-ounce bottles of water.

3 L =

- 12 standard cups (250 mL)
- 12.5 US cups (240 mL)
- 10.5 UK cups (285 mL)

If they are "liter" bottles, then you would need 2.

Surprisingly enough, it depends on the size of the bottles!

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The answer is 6 liters

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3 19/50 bottles or 3.381404 bottles

21.75 cups 1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup

drinking three 20 Oz bottle will make up 7.5 glasses of water,

i think it depends on how fat they are or how much exercise they do or how much television they watch. i know that in Ireland it is only 0.1 bottles and japan is 2.5 bottles i guess Americans are much fatter and lazier than both of these combined so it must be around 6 bottles a week unless it rains then it would be less, but if your car broke down it would be more again hmmmmmm maybe it would something like 4 bottles on a weekend and 6 bottles on a weekday for every 3 people.

100 US fluid ounces is about three (2.95735) liters.

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6.5 - 7 bottles

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270 liters is equal to approximately 169 54-oz bottles.

1 liter = 1000 ml SO ...4 liters x 2 = 8 500 ml bottles.

You would need to drink approximately 3.8 bottles of twenty-ounce water to consume two liters.

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Bottles vary in size so there is no simple answer.

There are 3.5294 (approximately 3.53) 850ml bottles in 3 liters.

One gallon of water is equivalent to 3.785 liters. Therefore, approximately 0.757 5-liter water bottles equal one gallon of water.

86/3.5 = 24.57 so answer is 24 complete bottles

2.13 liters (that's 2 and 1/8).