# Question #e4341

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#### Answer:

Possibly yes, possibly not quite - read on for more.

#### Explanation:

Hello Luz,

You have **US gallons** and there are **Imperial gallons**. In both systems, there are

If that is **US gallons**, then

#"1 gallon = 3.7854 liters"#

So, converting to liters:

#0.25 cancel("gallons") * "3.7854 liters"/(1 cancel("gallon")) = "0.946 liters"#

Your

If that is **Imperial gallons**, then

#"1 gallon = 4.5461 liters"# .

So, converting to litres:

#0.25 cancel("gallons") * "4.5461 litres"/(1 cancel("gallon")) = "1.14 liters"#

Your

If you spell the volume unit in the recipe *liters*, your cups are probably US cups. If you spell the volume unit in the recipe *litres*, your cups are probably Imperial cups.

I hope this helps,

Steve