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Pints in a Gallonor

Pints in a Gallonor

Pints in a Gallon

Behold, the glass: a hard, trim square, the color of sand, bent in half and within an inch of being shattered on the floor, but still standing sentinel beside the kitchen sink. This glass, we may assume, is a pint, containing an ounce and a quarter at least. There are also some countries in Europe, such as France and Belgium, where the pint is a half-litre.

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There are a number of different definitions of the gallon, so pints and gallons in different systems of measurement, including the US customary and imperial systems, have diferent measures. However, within the same system of measurement, the relationship between pints and gallons stays the same; there are 8 pints in 1 gallon. Just remember that 8 pints in the US customary system does not equal 1 gallon in the imperial system of measurement are common liquid measurement units though sometimes they are also used to measure dry substances. Currently they are spread mainly in the USA and Australia. If you talk about US customary gallons and pints, it is not difficult to find the right answer to the question, “How many pints are in one gallon?” It is widely known that one US gallon consists of 8 US pints.

Definition: A gallon is a unit of volume specifically regarding liquid capacity in both the US customary and imperial systems of measurement. The US gallon is defined as 231 cubic inches (3.785 liters). In contrast, the imperial gallon, which is used in the United Kingdom, Canada, and some Caribbean nations, is defined as 4.54609 liters. In both systems, the gallon is divided into four quarts. Quarts are then divided into two pints and pints are divided into two cups. A cup is comprised of two gills, making one gallon equal four quarts, eight pints, sixteen cups, or thirty-two gills. Further differentiating the US and the imperial gallon, a US gill is divided into four fluid ounces, while an imperial gallon is divided into five. A US fluid ounce is therefore 1/128 of a US gallon while an imperial fluid ounce is 1/160 of an imperial gallon. (Source: www.unitconverters.net)

 

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