OZ equals how many liters?
1 litre of water is 35.274 ounces
Answer . 16 oz to the pint 2 pints to the quart 4 quarts to the gallon start your calculator. water bottle is 1 pint and .9 oz which is equal to .5 liters. 2 water bottles in 1 liter
Answer . I know 48oz equals 1.5 liters so that means 24 oz equals 0.75 liters. All I did was divid 1.5 liters by 2 because 48oz is twice the size of 24oz therefore all we need to do is get half of 1.5 liters which is 0.75!
Answer . About 1.75L. The Google puts it in as: . 60 US fluid ounces = 1.77441178 L
for US liquid standards:. 1 l = aprox 33.8 oz. 5 l = aprox 169 oz
28.34952 ounces are equal to one liter of water .. 1 liter has a volume of 33.814 fluid ounces.
1.5 liter of water equals 52.91094 ounces.. 1.5 liter has a volume of 50.72103305 fluid ounces.
The US and the UK have different ounces so: 0.7 litres = 23.67 US liquid ounces AND 0.7 litres = 24.64 UK liquid ounces (Also litres is spelled litRES in most of the world and with litERS in the US)
48. There are 16 ounces in 1lb. so..... 3 X 16 is what fearcity said.. There are 48 oz. in 3lb. .
It depends on milliliters of what. 300 ml of popcorn and 300 ml of molasses are going to weigh different amounts. People - learn the metric system. Milliliters are a measure of VOLUME. Ounces are a measure of WEIGHT. Unless you mean fluid ounces which are a measure of volume as well. If that's… the case, use the term "fluid ounces" (not "ounces"). As in "8 fluid ounces of water / milk" (which equals one cup - a measure of VOLUME). 300 ml of water equals approximately 10 fluid ounces. ( Full Answer )
1.75 liters is equal to approximately 59.2 US fluid ounces OR 61.6 UK fluid ounce.
Ounces (oz) measure weight. Litres (liters) measure volume. So they cannot be compared. If fluid ounces were meant the conversions are: 33.814 fl. oz per liter 16.907 fl. oz per half liter
30 L is equal to approximately 1,010 US fluid ounces OR 1,060 UK fluid ounces.
There is not a full liter in an oz. . 1 US fluid ounce = 0.0295735296 litres . Try google next time.
There are about 32 fluid ounces per liter, so 20 ounces [US, liquid] = 0.59147059126 liters.
\n48 oz is about 1.42 liters. In the future, for unit conversions just use google. For example, type "48 oz in liters" into Google and they'll give you a quick and precise answer (it's part of Google calculator)
64 US fluid ounces . 1.89270589 liters ==. Source: typed "64oz in liters" into the Google search engine
1 liter = 4.22 cups 1 cup = 0.23 L 1 L = 4 metric cups
2.13 liters (you can always google X oz to liter - will give answer) Three liters is equal to approximately 101.4 US fluid ounces OR 105.6 UK fluid ounces.
64 oz are in 2 liters 1 liter=32 oz 1 cup=8 oz 4 cups=1 liter \n1 US fluid ounce = 0.0295735296 liters 2L = 67.628 US fl oz or 70.39 UK fluid ounces.
\n. \n. \n10 US fluid ounces = 0.295735296 liters\n. \nSo 10 oz is about a third of a liter.
\n. \n. \n5.07 Fl oz. or about a lttle more than one half cup liquid measurement.
60 US fluid ounces is equal to approximately 1.77 L . 60 UK fluid ounces is equal to approximately 1.705 L
1 OZ= 28 grams = 28 milli litre as 1 kg= 1 litre of water . so 28 ml=1 OZ . 1000ml=1/28*1000=35 OZ
37.1954 fluid ounces in 1.1 liters using the currently accepted scientific definition of ounces and liters. The article in the link below does a good job of highlighting some of the confusion.. ... or it is 38.7146 imperial fluid ounces. see, capacity converter below
1/2 oz 15 grams 1 oz 30 grams 3 oz 85 grams 3.75 oz 100 grams 4 oz 115 grams 8 oz 225 grams 12 oz 340 grams 16 oz or 1 pound 450 grams
3.7 L is equal to approximately 125 US fluid ounces OR 130 UK fluid ounces.
Since the Litre is a unit of capacity (volume) and the ounce is a unit of weight or mass, it is like asking "How many oranges are there in an apple?".
0.35488 l Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis Formula . 12 fl.oz. . . 1 l 33.814 fl.oz. . = . 0.3548823548 l.
1 litre of water = 33.81402 fluid oz. This is a bit more than a quart (32 ounces per quart).
In the UK, one fluid ounce (note 'fluid') is about one thirty-fifth of a litre.
8.5 US fluid ounces = about 0.251 L . 8.5 UK fluid ounces = about 0.242 L
2.2 liters is equal to approximately 74.4 fluid ounces ( liters x 33.8 = ounces ).
There are 30 mL in ONE ounce. 30 mL = .003 Liters. Three ounces = .009 liters or 90 mL
An ounce is a unit of mass. A litre is a unit of capacity. Therefore the two measurements are incompatible. The equivalent unit of capacity equal to one ounce is one fluid ounce.\n\n1 liter = 33.8140226 US fluid ounces\n\n1 US fluid ounce = 0.0295735297 liters
32 oz. One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flour… or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce." ( Full Answer )
Depend on what we fill in the liter container, If it is water, 5 liters are 50 oz
Yes and no. A liter is equal to approximately 35.2 UK fluid ounces. However, in US measure, it is equal to approximately 33.8 liters.
70 oz. One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flour… or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce." ( Full Answer )
One pint has two cups. A cup has 8 ounces. A pint will be 16 ounces..
One liter is equal to approximately 33.8 US fluid ounces OR 35.2 UK fluid ounces.
Two bottles. Did you ever wonder where that weird number of "16.9 fl oz" camefrom ? How they happened to decide that it was just the right amount toput in your bottle ? That 16.9 fl oz is exactly 1/2 of a liter (within 0.04%). TheAmerican manufacturer has to package his product in sizes that look l…ike weird numbers toyou, because that's the only way he has a prayer of selling his stuff outsidethe USA. The water-bottle guy sells you "16.9 fl oz" at a time, so that allhe has to do is print a different label and he can sell "0.5 liters" in the samebottle to the rest of the world, where they learned to stop hating the liter anddumped the fl oz a long time ago. ( Full Answer )
(1 litre water = 1 kg) 14 ounces water = 0.396893 kilograms = 0.396893 litres , so 50 / 0.396893 = 125.98 glasses
US measurement: 1 Litre fluid is equal to 33.814 oz fluid therefore 1 oz fliud = 0.02957 Ltrs UK measurement: 1 Litre is equal to 35.195 oz fluid therefore 1 oz fluid is equal to 0.028413 litres fluid
There is no such thing as a 'US' liter. A liter is a metric measureof volume that is the same world-wide. One liter equates to about33.81 US fluid ounces or 35.2 UK ounces.
20 Ounces are equal to 0.591470592 Liters. 1 Ounce = 0.0295735296 Liters 20 Ounces * 0.0295735296 Liters = 0.591470592 Liters
1 teaspoon is 5gm. -1 ounce is 28.34 gm . So an ounce is 5.7 teaspoons.
a fluid OUNCE occupies 31.25 millilitre of volume. So 89 X 31.25 = 2,781ml 1000 ml = 1 Litre , so ANSWER is 2.781 Litre (Approx. 2&3/4 Litre)
That depends on whether you use imperial or American measures. 1 litre = 35.195079728 ounce [UK, liquid] 1 litre = 33.814022701 ounce [US, liquid]
One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flour or sug…ar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce." ( Full Answer )
Based on your spelling of liter I guess you are American (conversion is different for European litres): 1 liter â 33.814 fl oz â 33.814 fl oz Ã· 8 fl oz/bottle â 4.23 bottles â you could fill four 8 fl oz bottles from 1 liter of water, and have a little left over. Alter…natively, you need to drink a little under 4 1 / 4 eight ounce bottles of water to drink 1 liter of water. ( Full Answer )