Depends on the size of your glass. 1 Liter = 33.8140226 Fluid Ounces Therefore, if you have a six ounce glass (small one) you would need 5 and one half glasses (approx) to get a liter. Formula: 33.8 is divided by the ounces contained in one glass.

Milk is packaged in different size containers. Usually litres or its multiples. Some places still use the old Imperial measures in which case it would be pints and its multiples.

The number of liters in ma small carton of milk depend on just how small the carton is. A single quart is approximately one liter, and a small, 1/2 quart carton, is about half a liter.

It depends on the size of the milk carton. If it"s a quart container, it holds 32 ounces or 4 cups. If it's a half gallon container it holds 64 ounces or 8 cups. One cup equals 8 ounces.

a liter=a kilogram your question would be" how many centiliters (equivalents for grams , in the liquid measuring unit) are in a liter of milk?" answer: 1000