There is probably no definite to this question as the size of tea cups varies widely. It is probably safe to say that for most, the volume is less than 1/2 pint.
2000mL is two liters.
No a tea cup is less than one litre.
1.2 liters subtracted by 200 millimeters = -198.8
1 US cup = 0.236588236 liters
200 liters of pure, clean water at standard temperature have 200 kilograms of mass. On earth, that amount of mass weighs 1,960 newtons (440.9 pounds). Credit for this answer goes to Alcohen2006
There are 20 - 200 ml in 4 liters4 L = 4000 ml4000 ml / 200 ml = 20
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A cup of tea usually only has a tablespoon or so of milk added to it. Not litres.
200liters = 845.35 cups
The volume of cocoa in a cup is best measured in millilitres.
A tea cup can hold up to 5 liters
4/5 of a cup is 200 ml.
It remains 200 mg. Placing it anywhere does not change its mass
It depends on the size of the cup !... A 'typical' mug would contain around 300 ml.
It dissolves, sweetening and cooling the tea.
He has a cup of tea.
There is no such English phrase as "tea of a cup." You either have a cup of tea, or you have tea in a cup.
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