1/2 liter of milk equates to about 16.9 ounces.
That is 4 ounces
Approximately 32 fluid ounces or 4 cups in one litre.
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.
1/36 of a 18 liter bottle would equal half a liter of milk. 1/2 divided by 18 = 1/36.
4 fluid ounces is half a cup.
0.7 liters is 23.6698 fl oz
That is 35.3 ounces of milk
Approximately 6 cups.
500 ml1 liter = 1000 mililiters 1 mililiter = 0.001 liter
There are twenty imperial ounces in a pint, eight pints in a gallon. Therefore, half a gallon is equal to 80 imperial ounces.
1 and a half cups
Half a pint of milk is 8 ounces.
That is 64 fl oz.
1 liter of water weighs 1 kilogram or 35.27396 ounces. Milk is not water, but very similar.
Four ounces is one half cup. There are eight ounces per cup. The average coffee cup is six ounces.
One half cup of milk equals 4 Ounces
A liter holds more. We can use fluid ounces to compare the two. One US quart is 32 fluid ounces while one liter is 33.814 US fluid ounces.
It depends on the ingredient. 8 ounces of flour (by weight) is almost a cup and a half. 8 ounces of milk (by weight) is exactly one cup.
That is 500 ml.
For a 14 ounce of condensed sweetened milk you should put in 5 ounces of water. Five ounces of water would be about half a cup.
4 eight fluid ounce glasses. (an average serving size is 8 fl. ounces or 250 mLs).
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.
1/2 gallon of space contains 64 fluid ounces of space. Regardless of what's in it. Even if it's empty.
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.
It is a half liter, or about 1 pint plus 2 tablespoons US measure.
Whether it's wine, water or milk, 1 tablespoon is half a fluid ounce.
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
there are 2 cups in 16 Ounces of milk
8 fluid ounces or 250mls.
1.5 litres is 3.307 US pints.
1 cup of dry milk = 2.399 ounces
4 fluid ounces of milk = 118.3 mL
1 Liter = 1000 milliliters Therefore, 12 Liters of milk = 12,000 milliliters of milk
one liter of cows milk weights one kilogram
8 fluid ounces will be present in a single carton of milk
There are 8 fluid ounces in a cup of milk - or a cup of anything. 8 ounces=1 cup.
That was 8 ounces
128 fluid ounces.
That is 4.409 ounces
4 4 fluid ounces of milk
There are five ounces of liquid in a small call of evaporated milk. In the larger cans, there are 12 ounces of liquid.
64 fl oz / 4 fl oz = 16 servings
128 oz = 1 US gallon 128/2= 64 oz
32 teaspoons or 2/3 cup instant milk will reconstitute to 16 ounces of milk.
128 ounces in 1 gallon
1 pint = 16 ounces
About 2. A quart and a liter are close to being equivalents.
there are 32 oz in a quart of milk.