How many cups is a 1.5 liter bottle of water?

there are 4 cups (250mL being 1 cup) in 1 litre, therefore there are 6 cups in 1 1/2 litres.

There are 6 1/4 cups in a 1.5 liter bottle.

ounces and pints are part of the english system of measurment, and liters (as well as mililiters, centiliters, decaliters…) are part of the metric system. First off, in a bakery, you measure using dry ounces, in which you measure by the weight. There’s 16 dry ounces in a pound so when it hits 16 it just registers as 1 pound. In a bottle of liquid the measure using fluid ounce, which measures by volume. There’s 8 ounces in one liquid cup. Second, I think that the ounce measurement isn’t even a full ounce I think that it’s just .9 ounces (90% of an ounce) Third, it is one half liter, and being one half liter, the bottle meant to say .5 liters OR 1 pint and .9oz. because 1 pint is two liquid cups (or 16 liquid ounces) and half a liter is just over 2 liquid cups. So if you want to use metric then the bottle contains .5 (half) a liter of water, OR if you want to use english it contains 1 pint and .9 ounces (16.9 ounces) but you can’t combine the two together. I hope I wasn’t too confusing in my explanation, it’s actually rather complicated, and gets even more so when you try to convert between the two.

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A liter is approximately 33.8 fluid ounces. The water comes in a half-liter bottle, which would contain 33.8/2 = 16.9 fluid ounces. There are 16 fluid ounces in a pint, so the bottle contains one pint plus 0.9 fluid ounces. (16 + 0.9 = 16.9). Don’t confuse fluid ounces, a measure of volume, with regular ounces, a measure of weight. For fluid ounces–8 make a cup, 16 make a pint, and 32 make a quart. For regular ounces–16 make a lb.

I think it’s seven, My thermos is 1.5L and when I’m fishing with my mate we get three cups each, then we fight each other for the last cup! I win, Cos it’s my thermos! lol. Have a good day.

Answer 6

6.3401 cups

Answer 7

That depends on the size of the cup…

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