There are 128 fluid ounces in a gallon of water, so it would be equal to six 20-ounce bottles of water plus another 8-ounce cup, or 6.4 bottles.
NOa gallon has 128 ounces,
"Bottled waters" is not a volume measurement. A gallon is a volume measurement. There are bottles that hold one gallon, in this case the answer is one. There are bottles that hold a half gallon, in this case the answer is two. There are bottles that hold a pint, in this case the answer is eight. There are bottles that hold 12 oz, in this case the answer is five and a third. There are bottles that hold a 8 oz, in this case the answer is eight.
Imperial: 160 imperial oz = 1 imperial gallon160 oz / 16 oz = 1010 - 16 imperial ounces make an imperial gallonUS: 128 US oz = 1 US gallon128 oz /16 = 88 - 16 US ounces make a US gallon
(24 bottles) x (16 oz/bottle) / (128 oz/gallon) = 3 gallons
1 US gallon = 128 fluid ounces6 gallons = 768 ounces768/20 = 38.4 bottles
1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces1/2 gallon = 128/2 = 64 ouncesNumber of bottles = 64/16.9 = 3.787In order to get 1/2 gallon, you have to open 4 bottles,but you have 0.213 bottle or 3.6 ounces left over.
6.4 20-oz bottles per gallon.
The answer depends on the size of the bottles.
9.5 bottles equal one Imperial gallon.
7.57 - 16.9 oz bottles
A gallon of water is equal to 128 ounces, so there would be 16 eight ounces containers in a gallon.