2048oz a keg...divide that by solo cup... comes out to 128 beers...simplifies into 5.3repeating cases...drinkable between two people
and u failed math?
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This is math with a purpose.
This guy did fail math. He realized that solo cups are 16 oz and came up with one hundred twenty eight solo cups in a keg. Fine. Problem is, beer in cases comes in Twelve oz cans, of which there are one hundred seventy in a keg, thus reducing to 7.1 cases each. He got screwed up on units o measurement - solo cups v case beers. Fail.
Also it kept saying i had too many numbers in my post - wtf?
Hate that shit!
I could've passed algebra of the word problems were like that.
That's not math, it's beerithmatic.
You should have failed common sense, no one can drink 64 beers in one drunken day/night. And let all the Internet heroes begin their "I did it last weekend" comments begin!
Not last weekend, but my first night out of basic on Fort Hood. Case in an hour, I was so pissed off I wasn't drunk I walked down to the shopette and picked up another. Almost finished that one before I got bored and just went to bed.
I would hate to have a tolerance of your level.
this is the material people can really learn on!
Red solo cup, I fill you up, let's have a party!
This isn't math, this is common knowledge
If only teachers had better material to work with.
i honestly think I know these ppl...
AAARRRGGGGHH TOO MUCH MATH!!!! >_<
pounders ppl.....16oz cans.....pretty sure thats where the 128 came from.....learn to drink like an adult
but still failed lol
1984 oz in a keg\n6.8 cs \n\nGrow up and learn about beer son...
Depends on the supplier and style of keg, "son".
A keg has fifteen and a half gallons. That's 1,984 ounces. You DID fail math. LMAO