One quart is equal to 32 fluid ounces. A quart is the equivalent of 2 pints, and each pint has 2 cups. One cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces. Therefore, 1 quart is equal to 4 cups, and 4 cups multiplied by 8 fluid ounces is... More »

There are 28.35 grams in an ounce and 64 tablespoons in a quart. Look up conversions on charts such as the Kitchen Measurement Conversion Tables at CSGNetwork.com, or convert between measurements manually with the right ... More »

There are 4 cups in a U.S. liquid quart. The U.S. quart was standardized as a unit of measurement in 1959 by an international pound and yard agreement. The quart measures about 20 percent less than the imperial quart, wh... More »

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Within the system of U.S. customary units, a quart is the equivalent of 2 pints, 4 cups or 32 fluid ounces. It is also equal to one-fourth of a gallon. More »

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Make a water-based fluid for fog machines, or fog juice, by combining 1 quart of distilled water with 4 ounces of food-grade glycerin. Adjust the amount of glycerin for a more or less dense fog. More »

Sixteen fluid ounces of liquid is equal to 0.47318 liters. In other words, when rounded off to tenths, 16 ounces is equal to about 0.5 liter. More »

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One cup of water is equal to eight fluid ounces, 0.5 pints, 0.25 quarts and 0.06 gallons when using U.S. standard measurements for volume. The metric equivalent of one standard U.S. cup is .95 metric cups. More »