Conversion number between **bushel (imperial)** [bu (imp)] and
**jigger (bartending)** is **819.84848247798**.
This means, that bushel (imperial) is bigger unit than jigger (bartending).

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from **jigger (bartending)** to **bushel (imperial)** conversion

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Result in **jigger (bartending)**

- 1 bushel (imperial) = (exactly) `(0.03636872) / (4.436029434375*10^-05)` =
**819.84848247798**jigger (bartending) - 1 jigger (bartending) = (exactly) `(4.436029434375*10^-05) / (0.03636872)` =
**0.0012197375751401**bushel (imperial) - ? bushel (imperial) × `(0.03636872 ("m³"/"bushel (imperial)")) / (4.436029434375*10^-05 ("m³"/"jigger (bartending)"))` =
**?**jigger (bartending)

If conversion between **bushel (imperial) to cubic-metre** and **cubic-metre to jigger (bartending)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from bushel (imperial) to jigger (bartending) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

bushel (imperial)Result in

Start value: | [bushel (imperial)] |

Step size | [bushel (imperial)] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

visual:

bushel (imperial) | jigger (bartending) |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

10 | 8198.4848247798 |

20 | 16396.96964956 |

30 | 24595.454474339 |

40 | 32793.939299119 |

50 | 40992.424123899 |

60 | 49190.908948679 |

70 | 57389.393773459 |

80 | 65587.878598238 |

90 | 73786.363423018 |

100 | 81984.848247798 |

110 | 90183.333072578 |

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Convert **Bushel (imperial) to other unit:**

### bushel (imperial)

Definition of bushel (imperial) unit: ≡ 8 gal (imp). An imperial bushel was unit of weight or mass based upon an earlier measure of dry capacity. = 0.03636872 m³

Convert **Jigger (bartending) to other unit:**

### jigger (bartending)

Definition of jigger (bartending) unit: ≡ 1 1⁄2 US fl oz. A jigger or measure is a bartending tool used to measure liquor, which is typically then poured into a cocktail shaker.

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