The label on a 2-liter bottle of soda indicates that one serving is 8 fluid ounces and that there are 8 servings in the bottle. Are these exact measurements? Explain, using mathematics to justify your answer.
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help me please
they cannot be exact because liters are metric and ounces are not
you can convert ounces to liters here
you can see that 64 ounces is just under two liters, around 1.89
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so 2 liters will contain 8 servings of 8fluid ounces each
it doesn't have enough for 9 servings of 8 fluid ounces
but it has a little bit more left of soda after the 8 servings, about half-ounce
so, they're RIGHT, but not EXACT
hmm, more than half-ounce actually, close to 4 ounces, anyhow, so, they asked for EXACTNESS