The dry gallon in the United States is approximately 4.405 litres, or 1/8 of a US bushel. The imperial gallon, often known as the UK gallon, is a unit of measurement that equals 4.54609 liters or 277.42 cubic inches. It is widely used in Commonwealth countries and several Caribbean countries. The imperial gallon was first based on 10 pounds, which equates to 4.54kg of water at 17 degrees Celsius. Before this measure was adopted, the British Empire used a different system based on 220 grains (1/4 oz), which equals about 907.5 grams. That's why the values are slightly different today.

The metric ton was originally defined as 2000 kg but this has been changed recently to be consistent with the kilogram. Therefore, a metric ton is now equal to 1000 kg + (0.001 t). There are about 30 billion gallons in a million tons of water. This is about 100 km3 or 8 miles 3 fountains.

A dry gallon is the amount of water required to produce one ounce of dry granular material when all the water contained in the grain is evaporated. For example, if you were to grind up a gallon of rice and then measure the weight of the powder, it would weigh **about 6 ounces**. So, one ounce of dry rice corresponds to about a quarter of a dry gallon.

One US gallon contains 3.79 l or 0.91 US bushels.

The US liquid gallon and US dry gallon are two distinct quantities established by separate methods. A liquid gallon in the United States is defined as 231 cubic inches, which amounts to about 3.785 litres. The dry gallon in the United States has traditionally been used to measure the amount of grain or other dry commodities. One dry gallon is equal to 0.794 kilogrammes.

In England, Scotland and Ireland, the traditional unit was the peck, which is equivalent to 40 imperial gallons or 3500 liters. In Australia, New Zealand and India, the traditional unit is the bushel, which is equivalent to 42 American gallons or 320 liters.

So, an English peck is equivalent to about 14 American gallons while an Australian bushel is equivalent to **about 16 American gallons**.

There are currently two types of **gallon measures** in use worldwide: the metric gallon (L) and the imperial gallon (UK). The L is equal to 4 UK gallons or 4 US gallons. The imperial gallon is equal to 4.5 L or 9 US gallons.

So, an English peck is equivalent to about 14 imperial gallons while an Australian bushel is equivalent to about 16 imperial gallons.

Currently, most commercial beer is sold in barrels that contain **159 ml** (5 oz) or less of alcohol by volume.

One gallon is 148.9468 US fluid ounces in the US dry gallon. In the case of dry material, the capacity measurement in the United States is 4.404 liters, or 4 quarts. It is important to remember that the measurement of a gallon differs between the US and UK measuring systems. The US measurement system differs from the Imperial measurement system. To convert US fluid ounces to imperial gallons, divide the number of US fluid ounces by 0.908.

In the UK one gallon is 33.868 litres, or 3.528 imp gallons. To convert British imperial gallons to US fluid ounces, multiply the number of British imperial gallons by 0.0455.

Thus, one British gallon is equivalent to about 5.711 US fluid ounces.

The amount of water contained in **one gallon** of water is 9.076 ounces. As such, one dry gallon of gas oil contains 7.31 pounds or 3.50 kilograms of water.

The density of gasoline varies depending on the type of fuel used in a vehicle. Gasoline is usually very close to water in weight. It typically ranges from 0.895 to **1.105 grams** per milliliter (g/mL). Water is almost 1 g/mL.

At **room temperature**, gasoline weighs about 8% more than water. This is because there is less air inside the gas tank than there is liquid gasoline.

Converting 3 gallons to liters. A US gallon is a volume unit equal to 128 US fluid ounces, or approximately 3.785 liters. It is not to be confused with the imperial gallon, which is used in the United Kingdom. In **the metric system**, a liter, or litre, is a unit of volume. A liter is the capacity of a cube with 10 cm on each side. This is about 0.9 U.S. gallons.

In **industrial settings** or for commercial purposes, gallons to liters are converted to 4 in **the United States** and 5 in **the United Kingdom**. However, using exact conversion values, one US gallon would be 3.79 liters, whereas a UK gallon would be 4.55 liters. 1 US gallon = 3.79 liters = 4 liters (US). 1 gallon = 4.55 liters = 5 liters in the United Kingdom (UK).

The volume of a gallon is 32 fluid ounces (1 imperial pint), which is equal to **473.4475 milliliters**. To convert from gallons to other units, use the following formulas: Milliliters to gallons = 473.4475 ml Gallons to liters = 0.0339838 g Liters to teaspoons = 0.0004693 l Teaspoons to tablespoons = 0.0009144 tbls Cups to gallons = 0.836 c Upside down cups to liters = 0.584 cu Inverted cups to milliliters = 0.08974 cm

A US gallon is exactly 231 cubic inches or 4170 ml. To convert miles per hour to kilometers per hour, divide the number by 5. To convert kilometers per hour to miles per hour, multiply by 1.6. Miles per gallon is approximately 1.8 km per liter. To convert meters to yards, divide by 10.

One liter is about 1/2 gallon. To convert grams to ounces, divide by 2.225. Grams to pounds depends on what unit you're converting from/to.

The US gallon (US gal) is defined as 231 cubic inches (exactly 3.785411784 litres) and is used in the United States as well as several Latin American and Caribbean countries; elsewhere, it is divided into fractions of a litre or liter. The term "gallon" comes from the English language word "galley", which in turn comes from **the Arabic word** for **that volume**, القالب al-kalb.

A cubic meter is 1/1000 of a million meters3, or 1/10 of a billion cubic feet, so 1 gallon = 0.789 m3. This value varies depending on the temperature: if it is 10 °C, then 1 gallon = 0.917 m3; if it is 30 °C, then 1 gallon = 1.094 m3.

The volume of **one gallon** of water is about 32 fluid ounces (945 ml), but the exact volume depends on the temperature. At **4 °C**, the volume is approximately 29.55 fl oz, while at 50 °F it is roughly 38 fl oz.

One U.S. gallon equals 3.79 l, but this number can vary by up to 2%. The most common way to measure liquid volume is to use a gallon cup, which is almost exactly equal to 4 liters.