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How Many Bottles of Water Equal a Gallon

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    For most people, drinking 8 glasses of 12 of water per day is the basic rule for drinking water, as they follow the 8*8 rule, which equals a half gallon. However, many people ask about drinking gallons of water per day. The answer to this question is dependent on the factors such as a person’s weight ad water drinking requirements. If you have an illness or become dehydrated very often, then definitely it can be helpful to drink a whole gallon in a day. However, it is not a necessary thing to do. It varies from person to person. All these rules are based on researches made by various people but do not have any hard and fast rules. The most basic thing is to check for the requirements and follow the standards according to them. Michelob ultra alcohol content

    Now, you got an idea above about the number of bottles in a gallon. You also need to know about the number of glasses equating to a gallon as you might also want to set your routine based on it. As we have seen above that a U.S gallon contains 128 ounces of water. The standard size of glass has 8 ounces of water. So, we will follow the same method and divide that number of ounces by 128. The answer we will get is 16 glasses of water.

    The glasses can have different types and sorts also. So, you can calculate gallons by using any glass as a standard. For example, a pint glass contains 16 ounces and by dividing it to 128, we will get 8 glasses of water as an answer. So you need to take 8 glasses if you have a pint glass.

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