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Volume Measurements

So how many ounces are in pints, quarts, gallons, etc. How many cups can fit in a pint. We have the answers.

1 gallon holds 4 quarts, 8 pints, 16 cups, 32 gills, 128 fluid ounces, 256 tablespoons, 768 teaspoons or 46,080 drops.

2 quarts hold 4 pints, 8 cups, 16 gills, 64 fluid ounces, 128 tablespoons, 384 teaspoons or 23,040 drops.

1 quart holds 2 pints, 4 cups, 8 gills, 32 fluid ounces, 64 tablespoons, 192 teaspoons or 11,520 drops.

1 pint holds 2 cups, 4 gills, 16 fluid ounces, 32 tablespoons, 96 teaspoons or 5,760 drops.

1 cup holds 2 gills, 8 fluid ounces, 16 tablespoons, 48 teaspoons or 2,880 drops.

1 gill holds 4 fluid ounces, 8 tablespoons, 24 teaspoons or 1,440 drops.

2 fluid ounces hold 4 tablespoons, 12 teaspoons or 720 drops.

1 fluid ounce holds 2 tablespoons, 6 teaspoons or 360 drops.

1 tablespoon holds 3 teaspoons or 180 drops.

1 teaspoon holds 60 drops.

Now, let's reverse it. A smaller unit is what fraction of a bigger unit?

2 quarts is 1/2 gallon.

1 quart is 1/4 gallon.

1 pint is 1/2 a quart or 1/8 gallon.

1 cup is 1/2 a pint, 1/4 a quart or 1/16 gallon.

1 gill (4 fluid ounces) holds 1/2 cup, 1/4 a pint, 1/8 a quart or 1/32 gallon.

2 fluid ounces hold 1/2 gill, 1/4 cup, 1/8 a pint, 1/16 a quart or 1/64 gallon.

1 fluid ounce is 1/4 gill, 1/8 a cup, 1/16 a pint, 1/32 a quart or 1/128 gallon.

1 tablespoon is 1/2 fluid ounce, 1/8 gill, 1/16 a cup, 1/32 a pint, 1/64 a quart or 1/256 gallon.

1 teaspoon is 1/3 tablespoon, 1/6 fluid ounce, 1/24 gill, 1/48 a cup, 1/96 a pint, 1/192 a quart or 1/768 gallon.

1 drop is 1/60 teaspoon, 1/180 tablespoon, 1/360 fluid ounce, 1/1,440 gill, 1/2,880 a cup, 1/5,760 a pint, 1/11,520 quart or 1/46,080 gallon.

For those who dare to go further up!

1 peck holds 2 gallons, 8 quarts, 16 pints, 32 cups, 256 fluid ounces, 512 tablespoons, 1,536 teaspoons or 92,160 drops.

2 pecks (a kenning, an obsolete unit) hold 4 gallons, 16 quarts, 32 pints, 64 cups, 512 fluid ounces, 1,024 tablespoons, 3,072 teaspoons or 184,320 drops.

1 bushel holds 4 pecks, 8 gallons, 32 quarts, 64 pints, 128 cups, 1,024 fluid ounces, 2,048 tablespoons, 6,144 teaspoons or 368,640 drops.

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