Converting ounces to liters might be a little difficult if you are not good with calculations. But you still need to learn how to do these conversions because it is pretty important.
If you can change ounces to liters and vice versa, you will always get accurate measurements for your cooking ingredients. It will also be easy for you to keep track of your daily water intake.
In this post, we answer the question – how many 16.9 oz bottles does it take to fill 2 liters? We’ll also help you figure out how many bottles of 2 liters you need to drink daily and more.
What's in this Guide?
What is a Liter?
A liter is a metric unit of volume that equals 1,000 cubic centimeters, 1 cubic decimeter or 0.001 cubic meter. It is abbreviated as L or l.
The liter is used by most countries of the world as a unit to measure liquid volumes and to label containers containing those volumes.
What is a Fluid Ounce?
The ounce is a measure of volume in the US and imperial systems. The US fluid ounce equals 1/16 US fluid pint, 1/128 US gallon or 29.6 milliliters.
On the other hand, the imperial fluid ounce contains 1/20 of an imperial pint, 1/160 imperial gallon or 28.4 milliliters.
How Many Fluid Ounces are in a Liter?
There are 33.814 US fl oz in one liter. A liter also equals 35.195 imperial fluid ounces.
How Many 16.9 oz Bottles Does it Take to Fill 2 Liters?
One liter = 33.814 ounces
2 liters = (2 x 33.814) = 67.628 ounces
To calculate the number of 16.9 oz bottles in 2 liters, divide 67.628 by 16.9 = 4.
Four 16.9 oz bottles equal 2 liters.
Q: How many 16.9 bottles make 3 liters?
1 liter = 33.814 ounces
3 liters = (3 x 33.814) = 101.442
To get the number of 16.9 oz bottles in 3 liters, divide 101.442 by 16.9 = 6
Therefore, six 16.9 bottles make 3 liters.
Q: How many water bottles is 2 liters a day?
2 liters of water a day equal 4 water bottles.
How many oz make 2 liters?
67.628 ounces of water make 2 liters.
Q: How many 1 ½ liter bottles of water does it take to fill a 16 liter jug?
To calculate the number of 1.5 liter bottles of water in a 16 liter jug, simply divide 16 by 1.5 = 10.7, about 11 1 ½ liter bottles.
Q: How many 500 ml water bottles is 2 liters?
Eight 500ml water bottles equal 2 liters.
Q: How many bottles of water is 1.5 liters?
3 bottles of water equal 1.5 liters.