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# How many ounces in a number 10 can?

12 Cups (3 quarts) or 96 ounces by Volume.

Actual weight "in ounces" will vary due to the density of the product contained.

AnswerThere are 12 Cups (3 quarts) or 96 ounces in a number 10 can, by volume.

ON this same site, someone said 3.98 liters in a no 10 can, which is a little over 16 cups or one gallon.

The more I read on this, the less consistent the info is.

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## Related Questions

1 pound = 16 ounces10 pounds = 160 ounces10 pounds + 10 ounces = 160 ounces + 10 ounces = 170 ounces

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10 milligrams = about 0.00035 ounces.

One pint = 16 ounces. Multiply 16 ounces by 10 and get the result ... 160 ounces.

10 Tablespoons is equal to 5 Fluid Ounces. 1 Tablespoon = 0.5 Ounces10 Tablespoons * 0.5 Ounces = 5 Ounces

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One cup is 8 ounces, so 10 cups is 80 ounces.

There are 106 (avoirdupois) ounces in 6 pounds, 10 ounces. There are 16 ounces (weight) per pound, so [6 x 16] +10 = 96 + 10 = 106 ounces.

There are 16 ounces in one pound. Therefore, 10 ounces is equal to 10/16 = 0.625 pounds.

10 ounces is approximately 0.283 litres.

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