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A standard can of soda is 12 fluid ounces. A cup is considered 8 fluid ounces. There are 2 cups per pint, thus implying there are 16 fluid ounces per pint. See the mathematics below for your answer:

  • 12 fluid ounces/can ÷ 8 fluid ounces/cup = 1.5 cups/can.
  1. Can = 1.5 cups (.75 Pint)
  2. Cans = 3.0 cups (1.5 Pint)
  3. Cans = 4.5 cups (2.25 Pint)
  4. Cans = 6.0 cups (3 pints)

Thus it would take 6 cans of soda to fill a 3 pint pitcher.

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