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1/8/11 2:52 P

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1/6/11 9:15 P

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I used to have to measure all kinds of things in milliliters. It would be just under the 3 bottles.
Sounds like a plan.

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1/6/11 11:27 A

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i THINK we agree.
3 - 700ml bottles would work to cover your 64 oz...
more or less....



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1/6/11 11:24 A

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You are absolutely right :) I googled it right after I posted my question and I got the exact same answer. You must be very good with math :) Thanks so much!!

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1/6/11 11:14 A

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Kimi you could also pour the water into a measuring cup and see what it says? That' would be easier than a lot of calculations.


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1/6/11 11:11 A

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Hello Kimi-Silva


According to my calculations the answer is:


700 ml=24.69 ounces

and there are 1920 ml in a 64 ounce container

Therefore 1920 divided by 700ml = 2.75 bottles of your bottles = 64 ounces

Hope this is right, I double checked and I hope it helps you out!

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1/6/11 11:02 A

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Hi, I'm Kimberlynn and I'm pretty new here (3 days) and so far I'm loving it. I am trying to find out how many 700ml bottles are equal to 64oz of water because that's what I have. Thanks in advance for the help.

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