There is no rule here. More protection is a personal choice. An athletic store or a teammate can help you choose the right one.
i dont think that they would have to, but definatley wear a cup. i know catchers have to but pitchers should because a teammate was pitching without a cup and got …
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You should use the same amount as called for in the recipe.
According to Cooks Illustrated, imitation Vanilla has a *lot* more vanillin than real vanilla will have. Apparently, to be normal strength vanilla, you can only have so much vanilla.There's double-strength vanilla, too…
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Oh mama mia! I would love to be there for this event! LOLYou basically want 1/4 less. Take each measurement and decrease by 1/4. If this is too complicated phone a caterers and most are willing to help you.You can also go on google. Type in Google.comthen type in:Recipe for spaghetti for 90 people.Y…
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1. STUDENT RESPONSEIgE molecules are immunoglobulin class E molecules of complex biochemistry. The basic involvement of IgE molecules is in response to allergic reactions such as perrenial rhinitis and hayfever they are released from cells and aid in the immune response of the body. They bind to sur…
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One US cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces (8 OZ).MeasuringIf you cook, buy a set of dry ingredient measuring cups to accurately determine volumes. The avoirdupois "ounce" is weight, not volume.
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There are four ounces in half a cup.
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A gram is one thousandth of a kilogram. A pound of sugar (or a pound of anything) is about 453.6 grams.
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One gram of sugar1 teaspoon= 4 grams therefore 1/4 teaspoon= 1 gram 1 gram = 0.03527 ounces = 0.0022 pound 1 gram of sugar equals 4 calories There are 3-4 grams of sugar in a packet of sugar More "Sugar info": One cup of granulated sugar is 200 gramsAccording to a NY Times article about sugar con…
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Unfortunately there is no general answer because pound is a measurement of weight and cup is a measurement of volume. It depends on what you're measuring. For example: For water 1 cup = 8 fluid ounces = 8 ounces weight = 0.5 pounds. So 2 cups water weighs 1 pound. But this only works for water. Su…
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in one cup there is 140g of butter
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Accurate conversion from grams to cups is possible only for water, which is how weight and volume are related in the metric system. The following conversion will yield too much of a solid more dense (heavier) than water, and too little of a solid less dense (lighter) than water. First convert gram…
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One gram of granulated sugar is about 1/4 teaspoon, so about four grams of sugar would be in a teaspoon.
If you are measuring with an actual teaspoon and have it slightly heaping (much like you might for putting sugar in tea or coffee) my scale has consistently given me 7.5 grams on average.
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4 grams of sugar=1 teaspoon
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It depends on what you are measuring in the cup. A cup is a measure of volume, but a dry ounce is a measure of weight. Depending on the density of the material you are going to have in the cup, the weight in ounces of the material will vary. For example, if you fill the cup with lead, the cup will w…
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There are 128 fluid ounces in 1 US gallon.
There are 160 fluid ounces in 1 UK gallon.
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Some answers:
A US cup (240mL) of flour is about 125 grams. Do remember,
though, that the weight of flour can vary due to humidity and the
type of flour used, as well as whether the flour is settled or
sifted. When scooped, the flour can slightly get compacted and
you'll read up to 137 g per cup.
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1 grams = 0.0352739619 ounces1 ounces = 28.3495231 grams0.035 ounces per gram. the formula that you may seek: 1 g*1 oz 28.34952313 g=0.03527396195 oz
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If you are asking for a mass measurement of 1 cup raw sugar you
will be looking at about 8.8oz and in grams 275g.
You need the density of sugar to make this calculation which for
granulated sugar is 52.77 pounds/cubic foot multiply by 453.6
grams/pound multiplied by 8 fluid ounces/cup. Divided this…
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In the US, 1 cup = 8 fluid ounces (*not identical to the avoirdupois ounce which is weight) In the US, one standard measuring cup contains 8 fluid ounces, but there is also a dry measure using the term cup, equal to 8 ounces. The UK cup is equal to 10 Imperial ounces, which are equal to 0.96 US ou…
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There are 8 oz. in one cup.
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There are three ways to do this
Generally, foods are analyzed in a lab to determine the nutritional content. This is how the nutrition counts on most labels are determined, and it is the most accurate way.
In some cases, home cooks will add up the nutrition counts of all the ingredients, to get …
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There are 225 grams in one cup of butter.
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In a US gallon... 128 ounces Both US gallons and "Imperial" (UK) gallons contain 8 pints - but the US pint is 16 fluid ounces while the Imperial pint is 20 fluid ounces. So if you're working in Imperial gallons the answer is 160 fluid ounces. It's quite a big difference so worth double-checking wh…
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It is metric not customary because the usa doesnt use it
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Doesn't it? Oh yes it is. Almost all of the rest of world does,
I'll have you know!
And so do American engineers and scientists, especially when
engaged in international projects.
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A standard 1/4 lb. stick of butter is 8 tablespoons or 1/2 cup. Honest, it says so right on the stick. The person probably didn't have a stick. They probably had a tub and the directions call for a stick, hence the question. How many cups are in a stick of butter. Butter is not sold in 'sticks' an…
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1 US fluid ounce = 29.5735296 milliliters So take the number of ounces and multiply by 29.5735296 to get the number of milliliters. Another answer: To see how many milliliters are in an ounce measurement and vice versa, try the Online Conversion link in the 'Related Links' for this question. This s…
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Around 350 - 375 depending on the size of the ham.
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1 cup = 16 tablespoons 1 tablespoon = 1/16 of a cup (0.0625 cups) See the Related Questions for more conversions! Algebraically: 1 tablespoons*1 c 16 tablespoons=0.0625 c
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Dry versus liquid measures
The fact that there are 16 fluid ounces (oz.) in a pint (8 oz. to
the cup) and 16 dry oz. to the pound leads to all sorts of
confusion and mistakes in recipes. Further, it is quite common for
recipes to specify an amount of a dry substance in liquid units: a
cup of choppe…
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8 ozs =1cup or 16ozs = 1lb
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There are 128 ounces (4 32 oz. quarts) in a US gallon.
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128 ounces 1 US fluid gallon = 128 US fluid ounces One US gallon = 128 fluid ounces. 1 U.S. gallon = 128 fluid ounces It also depends on which 'gallon' to which you are referring. There is the U.S. liquid gallon (3.79 liters) and the U.S. dry gallon (3.4 liters), and there is the imperial gallon (4…
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Starch is generally interpreted to mean carbohydrates. Since your body doesn't absorb fiber as readily, some people subtract the grams of fiber from the carbohydrates, giving a net grams carbohydrate figure. By law, all processed foods sold in the US have to give grams of carbohydrates and…
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A pint is 16 US fluid ounces. Half is 8.
An imperial pint is 20 imperial ounces. Half of which is 10.
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Actually you can't. It will change the consistancy. Making the baking time different.ya you can do it but we have to ba careful as sometimes it can change the baking time.aimee-i do that all the time and nothing happens it actually comes out better~ Yes you can depending on what you're making. If yo…
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15.35 fluid ounces of water weigh one pound. A fluid ounce of water weighs 1.0425 avoirdupois ounces (weight). Or, 0.9592 av oz (weight) of water equals 1 fluid oz (volume). Formulas: 1 pound (16 av oz) / 1.0425 av oz per fluid oz = 15.35 fluid oz. 1 pound (16 av oz) * .9592 fluid oz per av oz …
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Ounces to ounces
It depends on the density of the liquid. One fluid ounce is actually a measure of volume, not of weight. Thus a fluid ounce of, say, molten lead would weigh more than a fluid ounce of water.
For instance... If you're converting water, 1 U.S. fluid ounce of water has a mass of ro…
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16 ounces
Last night when the market closed, it was worth almost 50 cents, but more than 49 cents,U.S.
16 oz
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1 ounce = 28.34952 gramsIn this context, "ounce" means the unit of mass, not "fluid ounce", which is a unit of volume (typically of a liquid).
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1 mL = 1 gram. The above is only approximately true and only for pure water at a specific temperature. The reference given below shows that the value is always slightly less than 1. Originally the gram was defined so that it was exactly equal to water at 4 degrees Centigrade but this changed when th…
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1100 grams = 38.801 ounces or 2.43 pounds.
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1 liter = 33.8140226 US fluid ounces1 US fluid ounce = 0.0295735297 liters Note that this is for fluid ounces, not dry ounces. A fluid ounce is a measure of volume, just like a liter is. A dry ounce is a measure of weight. The weight of one liter of a substance depends on its density. So it depends …
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Five US gallons = 640 US fluid ouncesFive UK gallons = 800 UK fluid ounces
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640 ounces in 5 gallons
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There are 28.35 grams in one ounce. Which works out to 454 grams in a pound.
More Opinions 500 grams to 1 pound, 16 ounces to 1 pound, equals 31.25 grams to an ounce. 1 ounce = 28.3495231 grams. 1 pound = 453.59237 grams. 1 cubic centimeter of water weighs 1 gram. 28.35 grams. There are …
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3 Teaspoons per Tablespoon (metric and US)4 teaspoons to a tablespoon (UK)
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There are three teaspoons to one tablespoon.1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons. To convert a value in tablespoons to teaspoons, multiply by 3.
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Dry or liquid?
In the English and US systems, there is some ambiguity and confusion with regard to the ounce because the same word -- the ounce -- is used for both weight and volume. But
One ounce (mass or weight) is equal to 28.35 grams.
But one fluid ounce is equal to about 29.57 cubic centim…
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A US liquid quart is smaller than a liter: One US liquid quart equals .95 liter; one liter equals 1.06 US liquid quarts.A US dry quart and a UK quart are larger than a liter:One US dry quart equals 1.1 liter; one liter equals .91 US dry quarts. One UK quart equals 1.14 liter; one liter equals .88 q…
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What a bummer, but it goes to demonstrate that pools and trees are not good companions. I once met a man who had over 20 pine trees in his back yard and loved them to death, he even built his new pool around all the trees, a move he later regretted big time. Needless to say he had all the …
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There are 16 fluid ounces to the pint (US). There are three teaspoons (tsp.) in a tablespoon. There are two tablespoons (tbs.) in an ounce. There are 8 ounces (oz.) in a cup. There are 2 cups (c.) in a pint. There are two pints (pt.) in a quart. There are four quarts (qt.) in a gallon (gal.). …
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There are 4 cups of shredded cheese in one pound.Weight Watchers & Canadian Gov't claim 4 oz grated Cheddar = 1 cup by volume
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8 It will vary depending on what you are weighing.
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You are asking how much mass there is in the volume of a substance.
Not all fats are created equal... What kind of fat?
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1 teaspoon of fat has about 5 grams or 45 calories.
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11-14 depending on the fat. The specific gravity of the fat x 14.8 g/tsp water = g/tsp of the fat. fats range from about 0.76 sp.g. to 0.95 sp.g.
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There are 128 US ounces in a US liquid gallon or 160 UK ounces in an imperial gallon.
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Approximately 6 grams. Remember "salt" or "table salt" is composed of sodium and chloride ions. If you are asking how much sodium is in a teaspoon of table salt, the estimation is 2400 milligrams. This is the substance to "count" or watch if you are limiting your salt intake for health purposes. …
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Lemon Grass if you can find it...
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You can use real lemon, real lime or bottled lime juice and sometimes pineapple juice will work depending on what you are making.
Marcy
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lime , pineapple and orane hice will all work
as long as it is acidid
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200if it is normal sugar and 220 if it is brown sugar
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There are approximately 180gr per cup
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The international avoirdupois ounce has 28.349 523 125 g.
The troy ounce is 31,103 476 8 g.
But bear in the mind that ounce is an old, non SI unit and must be
avoided.
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Four fluid ounces of what? Four fluid ounces of mercury weighs more
than four fluid ounces of water, which weighs more than four fluid
ounces of, say, fingernail-polish remover. There is a lot of
confusion regarding volume and weight. Adding to the confusion is
the unfortunate naming of some English…
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Four quarts is equal to one gallon. A quart is an imperial measurement of volume; equal to ΒΌ imperial gallon or 2 pints.1 gal = 4 qt4 quarts= 1 gallon
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Carbohydrates, which includes sugar should make up about 45% of your diet. (This would be normal and moderate.) If you eat 2000 calories a day that means 225g of carbohydrates total, if you eat 2500 calories a day that means 281g of total carbohydrates. That is actually I think smaller than the curr…
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It is equal to .2821968 ounces.
Eight grams is a metric measure -- 454 grams = 1 pound
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One teaspoon of granulated white sugar is equal to about 4.2 grams. Converting backwards, there are about 0.24 or nearly a quarter of a teaspoon of sugar in a gram of sugar. One gram is about 1/28th of an ounce, so it's very little when talking about sugar.
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There are 16 fluid ounces in a U.S. pint.
There are 20 fluid ounces in an Imperial pint.
There are 16 fluid ounces in an Imperial tenth (1/2 fifth).
Ounces in a
Pint
Arguably, there is no unit in existence that leads to more
hair-pulling confusion than the pint. There's the UK pint
(~567.5 ml), t…
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1 US pint = 16 fluid ounces 1 Imperial pint = 20 Imperial Fluid Ounces
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What kind of cukes?
A half-bushel of cucumbers weighs approximately 10 pounds. So, 15
pounds of cucumbers would be approximately 3/4 of a bushel.
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There are 8 pints in one US gallon. (2 pints to a quart, 4 quarts to a gallon) Note: US gallons and UK gallons are not the same, as with pints. For safest conversion we can go via Litres as its a fixed international standard. US gallon = 3.79 Litres UK gallon = 4.5 Litres US pint = 473 mL UK pi…
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2 Cups
There are two cups in a pint.
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1 cup = 8 oz
4 cups = 1 quart
Four cups is equal to 0,9460352 9 L.
Bear ithe mind that the SI unit of volume is the cubic meter; the
litre is only an accepted unit.
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This depends. A "gram" is a measure of mass, while a "cc" is a
measure of volume, so this can't really be answered. The two
measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches
that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions
such as these without additional information.…
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8 ounces is one cup.
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There is 168 grams of chocolate (semisweet chips) in one cup of
chocolate. I got this answer at NutritionData dot com.
If liquid chocolate, about 230 gm.
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Grams per cup: Sugar, powdered (unsifted) 120 So converting backwards, 50g of granulated sugar would be 1/4 cup. Sugar, granulated 200 Sugar, brown 220
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Calculation: There are 128 fluid ounces in 1 gallon, and there are 3.7854118 fluid liters per gallon. Divide 128 / 3.7854118 to get your answer = 33.81402. First, it can be 'liter' or 'litre.' = Liters and Fluid Ounces = 1 liter = 33.8140226 US fluid ounces Note that this is for fluid ounces, not …
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It depends what you have in the cup: A cup is a measure of volume,
but a gram is a measure of mass.
Depending on the density of the material you are going to have in
the cup, the weight in grams of the material will vary. For
example, if you fill the cup with lead, the cup will weigh much
more tha…
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There are 32 fluid ounces in each quart. There are 40 fl. oz in an Imperial quart.
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you cant really relate fats and sugars, but fats contain much more energy, and are harder for your body to break down than simple sugars like the sugars in fruits. If you are trying to loose weight, then you shouldn't pay attention much to how much fat or sugar is in your foods because your body nee…
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16 cups in a gallon16 Two cups in a pint. Two pints in a quart. Four quarts in a gallon. Sixteen cups in a gallon
16 cups to a gallonIf you're talking about US cups then it is:
16 cups = 1 gallon
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128 ounces in a gallon
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A US gallon of milk weighs about 8.5 - 8.8 lb, but it's all based on how much fat it has in it.
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600 grams is a little more than one pound 500 grams to a pound. 600 grams is equal to three cups, although this may differ a little between fresh apples and dried apples.Actually a pound is 454 grams so 600 g is about one and a third pounds.
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I signed up for an account here JUST because of the previous answer saying there are eight ounces in one cup. There are fluid ounces (the ounces in a measuring cup) and there are weighted ounces (the ounces on a scale). Obviously, if you throw lead fishing shot into a 1 cup measuring cup, it does NO…
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Avoirdupois . . . 16 ounces Troy or Apothecary . . . 12 ounces
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0.0352739619 ounces
An ounce is a larger quantity than a gram. One ounce
equals 28.3495231 grams. To answer your question, there are
.03527396195 ounces in a gram. That's just shy of four hundredths
of an ounce in a gram.
Here's a helpful formula:
1 g*1 oz
28.34952313 g=0.03527396195 oz
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1 gram equals 0.89 tsp 2grams equals 1.78 tsp
//According to Wiki's entry
"In grams how much does a teaspoon of sugar weigh?"
Figure a level teaspoon of sugar weighs about four grams.
So, a gram of sugar is about 1/4 tsp.
One gram remain one gram irrespective to material.
So, 1 g pure sugar…
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4 Quarts
1 US gallon is the equivalent of 3,785 411 784 L
1 imperial (English) gallon is 4,56609 L
1 US quart is the equivalent of 0,946 352 946 L
1 imperial (English) quart is the equivalent of 1,136 522 5 L
1 gallon = 4 quarts
All are obsolete non-SI volume units.
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No clue, but try this...There are 28 grams in an ounce. I suggest
taking a measuring cup to your local grocery store and measuring
out the oats onto the scale with a measuring cup. Most scales are
in lbs and ounces. There are 16 oz in a pound.
After Aqua-Calc conversion tables the mass of 1 cm3 o…
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400 grams of sugar is 1 3/4 cups of sugar.
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The US gallon has 3, 785 411 784 L and the US pint has 473,176 473
mL.
The British gallon has 4,546 09 L and the British pint has 568,261
25 mL.
Of course the ratio gallon/pint is 8.
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About 31.1 grams in one troy ounce.
The troy ounce (exactly 31,103 476 8 g) is a non-SI unit used now
only for noble metals.
The other common ounce, also a non-SI unit, is avoirdupois ounce
equivalent to 28,349 523 125 g.
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1 pound or 0.45359237 kilograms
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There are 2 pints in a quart. If you werent smart enough to already
know that.
Here are some more measurements:
1 gallon = 4 quarts
1 quart = 2 pints
1 pint = 2 cups
2 pints= 1 quart.
1 quart = 2 pints
1 pint = 0.5 quart
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Answer:
PUT THE WATER IN THE POT, PUT THE HEAT ON, AND WAIT.
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35 grams is about 1.2 ounces. Each gram is equal to .035273962 "avoirdupois" ounces. These are the ounces generally referred to. When measuring precious metals, "troy" ounces are more commonly used. A gram is equal to .032150747 troy ounces (so 35 grams would be closer to 1.1 troy ounces). The formu…
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2 cups = 1 pint
1 cup = 1/2 pint
1 American pint is equal to 473,176 473 mL.
The so called "customary" cup has 236,588 236 5 ml. Both are non-SI
units and frequently creates confusion.
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