That is approximately 1.5 cups

unsifted and leveled off there are 2 1/2 cups in 10 oz. of flour

For unsifted flour, 1 oz is about 1/4 cup.

Half A Cup!!

8 oz equals a cup for liquid 7 oz of sugar equals a cup 5 oz of flour equals a cup

I have a digital scale. 2 oz of flour is 1/3 cup.

9 oz. of flour equals 2.04 cups. If you don't have a weighing scales and a recipe calls for 9 oz., you could just use a little more than 2 cups instead.

About 1/5 of a cup.

Average cup holds 8 oz or 250gm therefore 1 lb of flour is 2 cups or 16 oz.

There is 8oz. per cup so it would be about 2.9 cups

That is approximately 2.6 cups of flour.

That is approximately 3 cups of flour.

6oz ==

I'm going to guess you have 10 lbs of all purpose flour which weighs 5 oz per cup.10 lbs equals 160 oz. 160 (oz) divided by 5 (oz) will give you 32 cups. Cake flour which weighs 4 oz per cup will give you 40 cups

1 Oz equals 0.125 CupsSo 12 oz equals 1.5 Cups

Each 4 ounces of flour in weight is equal to one cup of flour in volume. Based on that conversion, 10 ounces of flour would be equal to two and a half cups of flour.

2 and a quarter cups equate to 9oz of flour.

17.5 ounces will be equal to 24.81 cups of flour.

That is approximately 13.636 cups of plain white flour.

That is approximately 8 cups of flour.

That is approximately 3 cups

That is approximately 2 cups

That is approximately 1.8 cups

It is about 6.4 cups.

That is approximately 1.8 cups