3/4 cup is equal to 12 tablespoons or 6 fluid ounces and approximately equal to 177 milliliters. The measurement is also equal to 3/8 pint, 1/16 gallon, 3/16 quart or 36 teaspoons, and approximately equal to 3/16 liter.Continue Reading
The cup is typically used in cooking to measure both liquids and solids. The cup is abbreviated as "c." To convert measurements within the U.S. or English system of measurement, divide cups by 16 to arrive at the number tablespoons needed, or divide cups by 8 to arrive at fluid ounces.
If a recipe expresses measurements in terms of metrics, cups need to be converted from the English system to the metric system. Multiply cups by 240 to arrive at milliliters, or multiply cups by 0.24 to arrive at liters.Learn more about Food Measurements
There are 4 U.S. tablespoons in 2 fluid ounces. The conversion rate is 2 tablespoons per fluid ounce. Two ounces is also equivalent to 12 teaspoons or 1/4 cup.Full Answer >
One U.S. fluid ounce is approximately 30 milliliters, so to convert 100 milliliters to its equivalent in fluid ounces, one simply needs to divide 100 by 30 to get the U.S. fluid-ounce equivalent of 3.33 per 100 milliliters. A fluid ounce should not be confused with an ounce, which is a unit used for measuring mass. However, one can simply use the word "ounce" when the context is obviously referring to fluid measurements.Full Answer >
The equivalent of 10 fluid ounces is 295.7 milliliters. Because 1 fluid ounce equals 29.57 milliliters, converting 10 fluid ounces to milliliters requires multiplying the number of ounces (10) by 29.57 milliliters per fluid ounce or simply moving the decimal point one place to the right.Full Answer >
When converting milliliters to ounces, 750 ml is the equivalent to roughly 25.4 fluid ounces. Milliliters are part of the metric system, while ounces are part of the US and imperial systems of measurements.Full Answer >