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## How many oranges in gallon of orange juice ?

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The number of oranges needed to make one gallon of orange juice depends on the size of oranges. One gallon is equivalent to 16 cups of 8 liquid oz, which means that there are 128 oz in one gallon of orange juice. If a medium sized orange gives around 2 oz of juice, then a gallon of juice would require around 64 oranges. But if the size of oranges changes, then the quantity needed to make one gallon of orange juice would also change.

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