# bushel (imperial) to quarter; pail conversion

Conversion number between bushel (imperial) [bu (imp)] and quarter; pail is 0.125. This means, that bushel (imperial) is smaller unit than quarter; pail.

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### Enter the number in bushel (imperial):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [bu (imp)]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in quarter; pail

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 bushel (imperial) = (exactly) (0.03636872) / (0.29094976) = 0.125 quarter; pail
• 1 quarter; pail = (exactly) (0.29094976) / (0.03636872) = 8 bushel (imperial)
• ? bushel (imperial) × (0.03636872  ("m³"/"bushel (imperial)")) / (0.29094976  ("m³"/"quarter; pail")) = ? quarter; pail

### High precision conversion

If conversion between bushel (imperial) to cubic-metre and cubic-metre to quarter; pail is exactly definied, high precision conversion from bushel (imperial) to quarter; pail is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

bushel (imperial)
Result in quarter; pail:
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### bushel (imperial) to quarter; pail conversion chart

 Start value: [bushel (imperial)] Step size [bushel (imperial)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
bushel (imperial)quarter; pail
00
101.25
202.5
303.75
405
506.25
607.5
708.75
8010
9011.25
10012.5
11013.75
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about bushel (imperial) and quarter; pail units:

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 Quarter; pail to other unit:

### quarter; pail

Definition of quarter; pail unit: ≡ 8 bu (imp). Equivalent to 8 imperial bushels: 8 × 0.03636872 = 0.29094976 m³

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