It depends on how long your showers are–the water required for a bath is fixed, while that used for a shower is not. In general, however, bathing consumes more water. An average bath uses 30-40 gallons of water, while the average shower of four minutes only requires 20 gallons. The average showerhead puts out 5 gallons of water per minute, so you can calculate how much water goes into your shower daily.
Taking a shower might use less water than a bath, but you would have to take into account what kind of showerhead you use and how long your shower is. Another concern would be how hot you keep the water. If you tend to use a lot of hot water, taking a bath that uses less hot water overall might conserve more energy than taking a shower that uses more hot water.
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