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# What is equal to 2 quarts?

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Measurements equal to 2 quarts are 4 pints, 1/2 gallon, 32 ounces, 8 cups or 115.4 cubic inches. A single quart is equivalent to 2 pints, 16 ounces, 4 cups or 57.7 cubic inches. To convert quarts to another unit of measurement, they must be divided or multiplied by the appropriate conversion figure.

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In order to convert quarts to cubic inches (a metric unit of measure for liquids), the number of quarts is multiplied by 57.7. Three quarts are equal to 173.1 cubic inches because this figure is the product of three multiplied by 57.7.

To convert quarts to pints, the number of quarts is multiplied by two because there are 2 pints in a quart. Six quarts are equal to 12 pints (six multiplied by two).

For quarts to be converted to gallons, the number of quarts is divided by four because there are 4 quarts in a gallon. If someone had 12 quarts, this equals 3 gallons (12 divided by four).

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