# cup (metric) to gallon (US dry) conversion

Conversion number between cup (metric) [c] and gallon (US dry) [gal (US dry)] is 0.056755186516803. This means, that cup (metric) is smaller unit than gallon (US dry).

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from gallon (US dry) to cup (metric) conversion

### Enter the number in cup (metric):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [c]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in gallon (US dry)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 cup (metric) = (exactly) (0.00025) / (4.40488377086*10^-03) = 0.056755186516803 gallon (US dry)
• 1 gallon (US dry) = (exactly) (4.40488377086*10^-03) / (0.00025) = 17.61953508344 cup (metric)
• ? cup (metric) × (0.00025  ("m³"/"cup (metric)")) / (4.40488377086*10^-03  ("m³"/"gallon (US dry)")) = ? gallon (US dry)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between cup (metric) to cubic-metre and cubic-metre to gallon (US dry) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from cup (metric) to gallon (US dry) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

cup (metric)
Result in gallon (US dry):
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### cup (metric) to gallon (US dry) conversion chart

 Start value: [cup (metric)] Step size [cup (metric)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
cup (metric)gallon (US dry)
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100.56755186516803
201.1351037303361
301.7026555955041
402.2702074606721
502.8377593258402
603.4053111910082
703.9728630561762
804.5404149213443
905.1079667865123
1005.6755186516803
1106.2430705168484
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about cup (metric) and gallon (US dry) units:

Convert Cup (metric) to other unit:

### cup (metric)

Definition of cup (metric) unit: ≡ 250.0×10−6 m³. Metric cup = 250 mL = 250.0×10−6 m³

Convert Gallon (US dry) to other unit:

### gallon (US dry)

Definition of gallon (US dry) unit: ≡  1⁄8 bu (US lvl). Dry US gallon is a rarely used and unofficial unit of measure = 4.40488377086×10−3 m³

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