Does a fl oz and an oz way the same?
No they are not.
A fluid ounce is a measure of liquid volume while an ounce is a measure of mass or weight.
A fluid ounce of milk and a fluid ounce of tar do not weigh the same.
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!
Rounding it would equal 8, but fl oz are the same as oz so it would be 7.7 its the same so that would be the answer Read More
Since there are 8 fl oz in one cup, 88 fl oz and 11 cups are the same. Read More
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. Read More
3 cups is the same as 24 fluid ounces. Assuming an American cup which holds a volume of 8 fl oz, 3 cups = 3 x 8 fl oz = 24 fl oz. Depending upon the density of the substance, 3 cups of the substance will weigh more, the same, or less than 24 oz. However, if you meant the volumetric unit of 24 FLUID ounces (24 fl oz), then 3 [American] cups is the… Read More
There are 8 fl oz in 12 oz (avoirdupuis) weight of honey. One pound of honey is the same as 10.67 fl oz. Read More
The US measures are 8 fl oz to a cup, 16 fl oz to a pint, 32 fl oz to a quart and 128 fl oz to a gallon. The UK measures are 20 fl oz to a pint, 40 fl oz to a quart and 160 fl oz to a gallon. 1 fl oz UK is equal to 0.9607584 fl oz US. Read More
No. 1 litre is equal to 35.2 UK fl oz 33.8 US fl oz Read More
24 fl. oz. is equivalent to 1.5 pints. Each pint contains 16 fl. oz. So, for 24 fl. oz., the first 16 fl. oz. make a whole pint and the remaining 8 fl. oz. (24 fl. oz. - 16 fl. oz) constitute one-half of a second pint. Read More
What is the difference between a fl oz and an oz? Read More
The answer depends on what you mean by "you fl oz". As far as I am aware, there is no me fl oz. Nobody has referred to me as a fl oz before! Read More
373 mL is about the same as 12 fl oz, or 1.5 cups (8 oz + 4 oz). Read More
Depending upon where you are: In UK: 28.4 ml ≈ 1 fl oz → 15 ml ≈ 15 ÷ 28.41 fl oz ≈ 0.53 fl oz In USA: 29.57 ml ≈ 1 fl oz → 15 ml ≈ 15 ÷ 29.57 fl oz ≈ 0.51 fl oz Read More
128 fl oz = 1 gallon 2 x 128 fl oz = 256 fl oz = 2 gallons 4 x 128 fl oz = 512 fl oz = 4 gallons Read More
8 fl oz = 1 cup 16 fl oz = 2 c 24 fl oz = 3 c 240 fl oz = 30 c Read More
5 fl oz occupies five times as much volume (space) as 1 fl oz does. Read More
1 gallon is bigger than 100 fl oz. 1 gallon = 8 pints * In UK: 1 pt = 20 fl oz → 1 gallon = 8 x 20 fl oz = 160 fl oz > 100 fl oz → 1 gallon is bigger than 100 fl oz. * In USA: `1 pt = 16 fl oz → 1 gallon = 8 x 16 fl oz = 128 fl oz → 100 fl oz →… Read More
8 fl oz = 1 cup 16 fl oz = 2 cups 24 fl oz = 3 cups 240 fl oz = 30 cups Read More
No. 8 ax 12 fl oz = 96 fl oz. Either side of the pond, a gallon is > 100 fl oz (UK: 160 fl oz; US: 128 fl oz) and 96 fl oz < 100 fl oz. Read More
A pint is 16 fl oz, hence 8 pints is 128 fl oz which is greater than 96 fl oz Read More
6 c - 4 c = 2 c, 7fl oz - 5 fl oz = 2 fl oz therefore the answer is 2 c 2 fl oz Read More
2 fl oz is less. 2 fl oz is less. 2 fl oz is less. 2 fl oz is less. Read More
Assuming you mean fluid ounce, it depends where you are: * In UK 1 pt = 20 fl oz → 1 gallon = 8 pt = 8 x 20 fl oz = 160 fl oz * In US: 1 pt = 16 fl oz → 1 gallon = 8 pt = 8 x 16 fl oz = 128 fl oz [Note the US fl oz is also slightly larger than the Imperial fl oz: 1… Read More
Yes; 4 cups is (4 * 8 fl oz) or 32 fl oz, less than 40 fl oz. Read More
There are 128 fl oz in a gallon; so add that to the extra 17 to get 145 fl oz. Read More
The same amount of alcohol, and as a result, the same proof. Beer:12 fl oz and about 5% alc. Malt liquor: 8-9 fl oz and about 7% alc. Table wine: 5 fl oz and about 12% alc. Fortified wine: 3-4 fl oz and about 17% alc. Cordial, liqueur, or aperitif: 2-3 fl oz and about 24% alc. Brandy: 1.5 fl oz and about 40% alc. 80-proof spirits: 1.5 fl oz/shot and about 40% alc. Read More