A gallon is a unit of measurement for volume that is equal to 128 fluid ounces, or 4 quarts. There are 4 quarts in a gallon, so a **5 gallon jug would hold 20 quarts**, or 80 fluid ounces. There are 946.352946 milliliters in a quart, so a 5 gallon jug would hold 3785.414739 milliliters. There are 1000 milliliters in a liter, so a 5 gallon jug would hold 3.785 liters. There are 4 liters in a gallon, so a 5 gallon jug can hold up to 19 liters.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is half full?

Assuming you are asking how many quarters can fit in a **5 gallon jug that is half full**, the answer is 40 quarters. This is because a gallon is equal to 4 quarts, and 2 quarts is equal to 8 pints. There are 2 pints in a quart, so half a gallon is equal to 1 quart or 4 pints. This means th**at the 5 gallon jug is ha**lf full of 2.5 gallons or 10 pints. There are **40 quarters in 10 pints**.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is completely full?

A gallon is a unit of measurement for liquid volume equal to four quarts, or eight pints. A United States customary gallon of water weighs about 8.34 pounds (lb) or 3.78 kilograms (kg) at 62 °F (17 °C), making it about 16.6% lighter than the imperial gallon. There are four quarts in a gallon. Therefore, there are sixteen cups in a gallon. This means that there are approximately 3.79 L in a gallon. If a gallon jug is filled with water, then it will weigh about 8.34 pounds. This is because a gallon of water weighs about 8.34 pounds. If you filled a five gallon jug with water, it would weigh about 41.7 pounds.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is completely empty?

A five **gallon jug can hold 20 quarts** if it is completely empty.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is 3/4 full?

Assuming you are talking about a US gallon, which is 128 fluid ounces, and you are talking about quarters, which are each 0.955 inches in diameter:

If the jug is 3/4 full, that means it contains 96 fluid ounces of liquid. There are approximately 133 quarters that would fit in that amount of space.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is 1/4 full?

Assuming you are talking about a 5 gallon water jug, then the answer is 60 quarters. This is because there are 4 quarts in a gallon, so the jug is 1/4 full which means it has 1 quart of water in it. There are 4 quarters in a quart, so **1 quart equals 4 quarters**. Therefore, 4 quarts equals 16 quarters and since there are 4 quarts in a gallon, that means there are 16 quarters in a gallon. Since the jug is 1/4 full, that means there is 1/4 of a gallon of water in the jug which equals **4 quarts or 16 quarters**.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is 1/8 full?

Assuming you are talking about a US gallon, which is 128 fluid ounces, and a US quarter, which is 92.11111 fluid ounces, then the answer is approximately 5 and 1/16 gallons, or 40.625 quarters. This is because a gallon is composed of four quarts, and each quart is made up of four cups. Consequently, a gallon is made up of 16 cups. If we divide 16 cups into quarters, we get 4 cups per quarter. Therefore, each gallon has 4 cups times 4 quarters, or 16 cups. Now, we know that a gallon is 128 fluid ounces. So, we divide 128 by 16 to determine how many fluid ounces are in a cup. This gives us 8 fluid ounces in a cup. This means that each quarter has 4 cups times 8 fluid ounces, or 32 fluid ounces. Now we know that a gallon is made up of 128 fluid ounces, and that each quarter has 32 fluid ounces. So, we divide 128 by 32 to find out how many quarters fit in a gallon. This gives us 4 quarters per gallon. Therefore, we can fit 4 quarters in a gallonjug that is 1/8 full.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is 3/8 full?

Assuming that the 5 gallon jug is cylindrical in shape, we can calculate how many quarters can fit in the jug if it is 3/8 full. In order to do so, we need to calculate the volume of the jug when it is 3/8 full.

The volume of a cylindrical object is calculated by the equation:

v = πr2h

where v is the volume, r is the radius, and h is the height.

We know that the radius of the 5 gallon jug is 2.5 inches, and we can calculate the height by converting 3/8 of a gallon into inches. There are 128 ounces in a gallon, so 3/8 of a gallon is 48 ounces. Since there are 16 ounces in a pound, this means that 3/8 of a gallon is 3 pounds. Since there are 12 inches in a foot, this means that the height of thejug when it is 3/8 full is 36 inches.

Plugging these values into the equation, we get:

v = πr2h

v = π(2.5 inches)2(36 inches)

v = π(6.25 inches2)(36 inches)

v = π(3906.25 inches2)

v = 12,566.7 inches3

Now that we have the volume of the 5 gallon jug when it is 3/8 full, we can calculate how many quarters can fit inside. There are 4 quarts in a gallon, so a quarter is 1/16 of a gallon. This means that the volume of a quarter is 1,031.7 inches3.

Since the volume of the 5 gallon jug is 12,566.7 inches3, this means that the jug can fit 12,566.7/1,031.7 = 12.2 quarters when it is 3/8 full.

## How many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug if it is 5/8 full?

When thinking about how many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug that is 5/8 full, it is important to consider the size of a quarter. A quarter is 0.955 inches in diameter and 0.069 inches thick. This means that each quarter occupies a volume of 0.00644 cubic inches. In order to determine how many quarters can fit in a 5 gallon jug, one must first calculate the total volume of the jug.

A gallon is equal to 128 fluid ounces, and there are 16 fluid ounces in a cup. This means that a gallon is equal to 8 cups. There are also 2 pints in a quart, so a gallon is equal to 4 quarts. Since there are 4 quarts in a gallon, this means that 1 quart is equal to 1/4 gallon. This means that a gallon is equal to 4 x 4 quarts, or 16 quarts. A quart is also equal to 2 pints, so this means that a gallon is also equal to 8 pints.

This means that the **total volume of a 5 gallon jug** is 5 x 16 quarts, or 80 quarts. Since a quart is also equal to 2 pints, this means th**at the total volume of a 5 gal**lon jug is also equal to 160 pints. To convert this to cubic inches, one must multiply by the number of cubic inches in a pint, which is 28.3. This m**eans that the total volume of **a 5 gallon jug is equal to 4,608 cubic i**nches.**

**Now that the total volum**e of the 5 gallon jug has been calculated, one can determine how many quarters can fit inside. Since each quarter has a volume of 0.00644 cubic inches, this means that the 5 gallon jug can hold a total of 7,195 quarters. This means that if the 5 gallon jug is 5/8 full, then it can hold a total of 4,517 quarters.

## Frequently Asked Questions

### What do you put in your 5 gallon water jug?

To make this answer more specific, you would probably take quarters, dimes, nickles and pennies and put them in a random order.

### How many quarters fit in a bottle of water?

About 3090 quarters will fit in a 2.5-liter bottle. By using the official measurements of a quarter, which are 24.26 millimeters in diameter, and 1.75 millimeters in thickness or width, the volume of quarter is about 808.93 cubic millimeters. Now 2,500,000 cubic millimeters equal 3 liters.

### How much money fills a 5-gallon jug?

A stack of 100 $100 bills will fill a 5-gallon jug to the brim.

### What is 5 gallons in quarts?

25 = 5 × 4

### How many cubic inches is a quart of water?

There are 3.78 billion cubic inches in a gallon

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