Hey there! If you’re helping out in the garden, understanding measurements is very important. You might have heard about **litres** and **gallons**, which are two ways to measure liquids. Today, we’re going to learn how to convert **75 litres** into **gallons**.

Let’s break it down! A litre is a metric unit used lots in places like Canada and Europe, while a gallon is used mostly in the United States. To make it easier to understand, you can think of it like this:

1 gallon is about 3.785 litres. So, if we want to change **75 litres** into gallons, we can use this formula:

$$ \text{Gallons} = \frac{\text{Litres}}{3.785} $$

That means:

$$ \text{Gallons} = \frac{75}{3.785} $$

When you do the calculation, you’ll find that **75 litres** is about **19.81 gallons**.

**Why does this matter for gardening?** If you get a garden hose or a watering can that holds **gallons**, it’s important to know how much you’re using so your plants get the right amount of water!

Now, if you want to get a better idea of what **75 litres** looks like, here are **7 objects** that are exactly equal to **75 litres**:

**A large fish tank**– many big tanks can hold around 75 litres of water.**A rain barrel**– these are often made to store rainwater and can hold 75 litres.**An average-sized keg**(like you might see at a party) – they can also hold close to this amount.**A really big cooler**– the ones that people take camping sometimes can be around 75 litres.**A typical bucket used for cleaning**– if you fill enough of them, you might add up to 75 litres.**A large backpack sprayer**– these can be used to spray water or solutions on plants.**A baby swimming pool**– some small inflatable pools can hold about 75 litres of water.

So, next time you’re watering your plants or filling up a fountain, remember how much **75 litres** really is! Happy gardening!