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Depends where in the world you are and how big your cup is.

Recipes were designed to use cups as a measure because as long as the same cup was used the proportions remained the same regardless of the cup size and each recipe could be followed exactly.

Interfering busybodies ruined a perfectly good system by deciding a cup should be approximately half a pint or 8 fluid ounces, a good deal larger than the average teacup and as you will see in the chart of new-fangled measures below, they decided a teacup is actually half a cup...

I think you should now be equipped to answer your own question...

Dry & Fluid Measures Unit Abbrev. Defined fl oz mL

[note 1] Binary Submultiples drop dr., gt., gtt. (plural) 1?96 tsp 1?576 smidgen smdg., smi. 3?128 tsp 1?256 0.115522 2 smidgens = 1 pinch pinch pn. 3?64 tsp 1?128 0.231043 2 pinches = 1 dash dash ds. 3?32 tsp 1?64 0.462086 2 dashes = 1 saltspoon saltspoon or scruple ssp. 3?16 tsp 1?32 0.924173 2 saltspoons = 1 coffeespoon coffeespoon 3?8 tsp 1?16 1.84835 2 coffeespoons = 1 fluid dram Fluid dram [note 2] 3?4 tsp 1?8 3.69669 2 fluid drams = 1 dessertspoon (Australia) teaspoon (culinary)[note 3] tsp. or t. 1?3 tbsp 1?6 4.92892 2 teaspoons = 1 dessertspoon dessertspoon [20] dsp., dssp. or dstspn. 2 tsp 1?3 tablespoon tbsp. or T. 1?16 cup 1?2 14.7868 2 tablespoons = 1 fluid ounce fluid ounce fl.oz. or oz. 1?8 cup 1 29.5735 2 fluid ounce = 1 wineglass wineglass wgf. 1?4 cup 2 59.1471 2 wineglasses = 1 teacup gill or teacup tcf. 1?2 cup 4 118.294 2 teacups = 1 cup cup C 1?2 pint 8 236.588 2 cups = 1 pint pint pt. 1?2 qt 16 473.176 2 pints = 1 quart quart qt. 1?4 gal 32 946.353 2 quarts = 1 pottle pottle pot. 2 qt 64 1892.71 2 pottles = 1 gallon gallon gal. 231 in3 128 3,785.41 2 gallons = 1 peck

Recipes were designed to use cups as a measure because as long as the same cup was used the proportions remained the same regardless of the cup size and each recipe could be followed exactly.

Interfering busybodies ruined a perfectly good system by deciding a cup should be approximately half a pint or 8 fluid ounces, a good deal larger than the average teacup and as you will see in the chart of new-fangled measures below, they decided a teacup is actually half a cup...

I think you should now be equipped to answer your own question...

Dry & Fluid Measures Unit Abbrev. Defined fl oz mL

[note 1] Binary Submultiples drop dr., gt., gtt. (plural) 1?96 tsp 1?576 smidgen smdg., smi. 3?128 tsp 1?256 0.115522 2 smidgens = 1 pinch pinch pn. 3?64 tsp 1?128 0.231043 2 pinches = 1 dash dash ds. 3?32 tsp 1?64 0.462086 2 dashes = 1 saltspoon saltspoon or scruple ssp. 3?16 tsp 1?32 0.924173 2 saltspoons = 1 coffeespoon coffeespoon 3?8 tsp 1?16 1.84835 2 coffeespoons = 1 fluid dram Fluid dram [note 2] 3?4 tsp 1?8 3.69669 2 fluid drams = 1 dessertspoon (Australia) teaspoon (culinary)[note 3] tsp. or t. 1?3 tbsp 1?6 4.92892 2 teaspoons = 1 dessertspoon dessertspoon [20] dsp., dssp. or dstspn. 2 tsp 1?3 tablespoon tbsp. or T. 1?16 cup 1?2 14.7868 2 tablespoons = 1 fluid ounce fluid ounce fl.oz. or oz. 1?8 cup 1 29.5735 2 fluid ounce = 1 wineglass wineglass wgf. 1?4 cup 2 59.1471 2 wineglasses = 1 teacup gill or teacup tcf. 1?2 cup 4 118.294 2 teacups = 1 cup cup C 1?2 pint 8 236.588 2 cups = 1 pint pint pt. 1?2 qt 16 473.176 2 pints = 1 quart quart qt. 1?4 gal 32 946.353 2 quarts = 1 pottle pottle pot. 2 qt 64 1892.71 2 pottles = 1 gallon gallon gal. 231 in3 128 3,785.41 2 gallons = 1 peck

Jan 04, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

2 cups = 1/8 gallon

1/4 cup = 2 oz.

You need 1/4 oz. liquid per 2 cups of water

= 1 1/2 teaspoons

1/4 cup = 2 oz.

You need 1/4 oz. liquid per 2 cups of water

= 1 1/2 teaspoons

May 12, 2017 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

A 500ml bottle of water contains 16.907 fluid ounces, thus a liter of water would contain 33.814 fluid ounces.

Nov 29, 2015 | Wine & Spirits

Hi Yesenia

There are a couple of possible answers, depending on whether you're talking about liquid ounces, or weight ounces.

For liquids, there are 8 fluid ounces in a kitchen '1 Cup' measuring cup. That means 48 fluid ounces are the same as 6 cups, 3 pints (2 cups per pint) , or 1-1/2 quarts (two pints per quart).

For weight, there are 16 ounces in a pound. (One fluid ounce of water also weighs one weight ounce, which is the basis of the adage 'A pint's a pound, the world around', since a pint is 16 fluid ounces, and 16 fluid ounces of water, or near-water like some beer, will then weigh a pound' ).. Anyhow, in this case, 16 goes 3 times into 48 ounces, so it will weigh 3 pounds.

For metric, 2.2 pounds per kilogram, or 29.5735 milliliters per fluid ounce.

Cheers!

There are a couple of possible answers, depending on whether you're talking about liquid ounces, or weight ounces.

For liquids, there are 8 fluid ounces in a kitchen '1 Cup' measuring cup. That means 48 fluid ounces are the same as 6 cups, 3 pints (2 cups per pint) , or 1-1/2 quarts (two pints per quart).

For weight, there are 16 ounces in a pound. (One fluid ounce of water also weighs one weight ounce, which is the basis of the adage 'A pint's a pound, the world around', since a pint is 16 fluid ounces, and 16 fluid ounces of water, or near-water like some beer, will then weigh a pound' ).. Anyhow, in this case, 16 goes 3 times into 48 ounces, so it will weigh 3 pounds.

For metric, 2.2 pounds per kilogram, or 29.5735 milliliters per fluid ounce.

Cheers!

Nov 18, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi,

In the USA - 128 ounces = 1 gallon

In the USA - 128 ounces = 1 gallon

Feb 08, 2015 | Home

One fluid ounce is one fluid ounce. If by "ounce" you mean the unit of weight, that depends on what you have a fluid ounce of. One fluid ounce of water weighs about one avoirdupois ounce. One fluid ounce of gold weighs about 20 avoirdupois ounces.

Jul 20, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

50 parts gas to 1 part oil = one imperial gallon = 160 imperial ounces (fluid) 50 divides into 160 / 3.2 times since a std 2 cycle oil container is 7 imperial ounces you'll need two and four tenths containers of oil for a gallon of petrol ???

Jun 05, 2014 | Homelite Garden

That depends. Fluid ounce is a measure of volume while pound is a measure of mass (or weight). It takes about 16 fluid ounces of water to make a pound, while about 1 fluid ounce of molten gold will make a pound.

Apr 15, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hey, sorry for the confusion. Actually Ortho GroundClear can not be used in the Dial N Spray Hose End Sprayer because this sprayer will only dilute up to 8oz per gallon. This dilution rate is not enough for the product to be effective in keeping the area clear of vegetation. Hope this clears it up.

Hilary @ Ortho

Hilary @ Ortho

Aug 21, 2011 | Ortho Dial N Spray Hose End Sprayer

For ground coffee, use 1-1/2 (one and one-half) tablespoons of beans per 6 ounces of water.

For whole bean coffee, use two tablespoons of beans per 6 ounces of water.

Coffee strength is a very personal preference, so use these numbers as a guideline for middle-of-the-road coffee, and adjust to make the coffee that you like to drink.

For whole bean coffee, use two tablespoons of beans per 6 ounces of water.

Coffee strength is a very personal preference, so use these numbers as a guideline for middle-of-the-road coffee, and adjust to make the coffee that you like to drink.

Sep 30, 2010 | Black & Decker DLX900 12-Cup Coffee Maker

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