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 there are weight and fluid ounces. weight ounce is ... grams 28 grams is ? weight ounces? weight pound is ... grams 454 grams in weight is ? pounds in Avoirdupois one pound weight is ... oz 16 oz is ... pound weight one ounce is .... grains (gr) 437.5 grains is ? ounce(s) how many ounces are in a pint? 16 ounces = ? pint how many ounces = cup 8 fluid oz = ? cup 1 teaspoon = ? ounces 1/6 of an ounce = ? teaspoon 1 tablespoon = ? ounces 1/2 fluid ounce = ? tablespoon(s) 2 tablespoons = ? ounces 1 fluid oz = ? tablespoons is there a difference between a dry ounce in weight and a fluid ounce in liquid measures? Not that I can detect, no difference. all are the same in numerical measurements. 1 oz = ? Tablespoons 2 Tablspoon = ? oz how many oz in a pint? 16 oz are in a ? pint a gallon has how many ounces? 128 fluid oz are in a ? gallon a fluid oz = ? tablespoons? 2 tablespoons = ? fluid ounces how many ounces in a cup? 8 fluid ounces = ? cups so weight is indicated by: a) gram b) liter c meter weight is indicated by gram kilogram = 1,000 grams milligrams = thousands of a gram which of the following indicates volume? a) meter b) gram c) liter liter indicates volume kiloliter = 1,000 liters deciliter = tenth of a liter dekaliter = ten times a liter hectoliter = hundred times g = gram mg = milligram microgram = mcg = µg they don't use µ on orders, why? µ looks like mg and that is like ten times the strengths so it could kill someone so they use mcg to not make mistakes what is the basic unit of volume? the Liter is the basic unit of measuring volume cc = mL. But which is correct use in relation to volume? mL is used not cc to express volume. Like a medicine cup will be calibrated in mL and not cc what is the metic equivilant for a quart? 1,000 mL is the metric equvilant for a quart 500 mL is the metric equivilant for the pint