What volume of helium would be in a balloon the size of a soft drink bottle?

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  1. This question has been posted many many times. I don't know how it makes the rounds so often. Anyway, the volume of helium that will fit in anyting is the volume of the anything. So what volume is the soft drink bottle? Answer that and you have your answer.

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  2. It would most likely be a liter

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  3. A liter

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