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|No they do not weight the same. A fluid ounce is a measure of volume, how much space it takes up. Weight is a factor of density and mass. Think of having a glass of mercury and a glass of water. Both have the same volume, but their weight will be very different!|
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A fluid ounce is a unit of volume (i.e "how much of something can fit in this space?") in a similar way that a cup is a unit of volume. One fluid ounce is approximately 28…mls. ------------------------------------------------------------- The fluid ounce is equivalent to 29,573 529 562 5 mL. The fluid ounce is an obsolete unit used in USA and is a non-SI unit.
130 u.s fluid ounces= 1 u.s. gallon
Fl stands for fluid. Oz stands for ounces. Usually, fl and oz are paired together on a box that has liquids and such, like a milk carton. It is saying that there are (number) …fluid ounces in this container/box. No, they are not the same.
Yes they are They could be.... 4 fl oz refers specifically to fluids. 4 oz could mean fluid, but it could also be a weight of something else. For example, 4oz of lunch meat …or a 4oz fishing weight. Answer: Four fluid ounces is the volume and weight of four ounces of water. This volume would contain less than 4 ounces of a liquid like alcohol which has a spefic gravity of less than 1. Many North American recipies are based on volumes as scales are not always handy.
No. A fluid ounce is a measure of liquid volume and an ounce is a measure of weight or mass. no, fl.oz are liquid measurement only oz can be a measurement of liquid (i.e. 20…oz = 1pint imperial or 16oz us) or weight (16oz =1pound)
One; fl oz (fluid ounce) measures volume and liquid such as lemonade; oz (ounce) may refer to a dry ounce measuring solids such as garlic.
A fluid ounce is a volume measurement; an ounce is a weight measurement. When it comes to water (at a certain temperature, to be exact), one fl. oz = 1.04 oz. If your questi…on were about water, and you wanted more bang for your buck, you'd want to pay per fluid ounce. So the question about perfume becomes, is perfume heavier or lighter than water? If it's heavier than water, then you want to pay per fluid ounce because you'll get more ounces for your money. But if perfume is lighter than water--say, lighter that 100/104ths as much, then you'd want to pay by the ounce (by weight, not volume).
No. 1 gallon is 128 fluid ounces.
1 oz=30 mL so 2 oz=60 mL.
An ounce is a unit of mass. A fluid ounce is a unit of capacity. Without some unit of density to compare, the two units are incompatible.
Actually, we can't determine which unit gives the greater quantity since oz and fl oz are incompatible. oz measures mass while fl oz measures volume.
Yes, both are a measure of volume.
Yes, the weight is 20 ounces, however the volume will be different