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A pound has 16 ounces. A quarter of a pound is 4oz, so three quarters of a pound is 12oz.

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A pound is 16 ounces. A quarter of a pound would be 4 ounces.


There are four quarter ounces in one pound. One pound has 16 ounces, so that divided by four is equal to four.There are four ounces in a quarter pound.EDIT: The question was "How many QUARTER OUNCES are in a POUND?". The answer given refers to ounces within a quarter pound. Correction... There are 64 (quarter ounces) in one pound. If you multiply 16 x 4 = 64. There are 4 (quarter pounds) in a one pound.


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