Q: Is a gallon bigger then 4 liters on not?

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Well, oddly enough, it depends. There are at least three common "gallons." A US fluid gallon is 3.785 Liters. So 4 Liters is larger than a US fluid gallon. A US dry gallon is 4.405 Liters, and a UK gallon is 4.546 Liters, so both of those are larger than 4 liters. This question points up one of the problems with the non-SI systems of units. When you say "liter" (or 'litre'), everybody knows what volume you're talking about, but when you say "gallon", they have to ask "which one ?" .

four quarts make a gallon so a gallon is bigger.

A gallon is equal to 4 quarts. A liter is slightly larger than a quart. So the answer to your question is "less".

1 US gallon = 3.785 liters.3.78541 litres per US gallon.

0.26. U.S. gallons are different from imperial gallons. 1 Imperial gallon is equal to 4.54609188 litres and 1 US gallon is equal to 3.78541178 litres. Liters on the other hand are the same everywhere. One liter equals 0.26 U.S. gallon or 0.219 Imperial gallon.

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1 US gallon is bigger.

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