How Many Gallons Is 66 Quarts

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When it comes to measuring liquids, the U.S. customary unit of measurement is the gallon. Different sizes of gallon measurements exist, but the most commonly used liquid measurements are the U.S. liquid gallon and the imperial gallon. One U.S. liquid gallon is equal to 4 quarts, so in order to calculate how many gallons are contained in 66 quarts, divide 66 by 4.

The answer is 16.5 U.S. liquid gallons. To convert imperial gallons, which equal 1.2 times a U.S. liquid gallon, divide 66 by 4.8 to calculate the number of imperial gallons contained in 66 quarts. In this case, the answer is 13.75 imperial gallons in 66 quarts.