Q: 10 fluid ounces is what percent of a quart?

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1 quart = 32 fluid ounces 2 quarts = 64 fluid ounces 3 quarts = 96 fluid ounces 4 quarts = 128 fluid ounces (1 gallon) 40 quarts = 1,280 fluid ounces (10 gallons)

1.6 cups is ten percent of a gallon

1 cup = 8 fluid ounces, so 1/3 of a cup = (8/3) ounces. Multiply by 1.25 is (10/3) ounces = 3.33333 ounces.

One quarter= 25% So 25%/10 is 2.5%

NOT: 15 ounces to make 10%Correct answer:Twenty ouncesCalculus:Let it be M ounces. Then:20%*(M ounce) + 5%*(40 ounce) = 10%*(M+40 ounce)20*M + 200 = 10*M + 400(20-10)*M = 400-20010M = 200M = 20

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There are 32 fluid ounces in a quart. To find 10% of a quart, you would multiply 32 by 0.10, which equals 3.2 fluid ounces.

(2/6 quart) x (32 fluid ounces per quart) = 10 and 2/3 fluid ounces

There are 32 fluid ounces in 1 quart, so 320 fluid ouncesin 10 quarts.

There are 35.2 fluid ounces in 1.1 quarts. (US)

There are 40 fluid ounces in one quart. Therefore, 0.25 quarts is equal to 0.25 x 40 = 10 fluid ounces.

No. One cup is half a pint, 10 fluid ounces Imperial. One quart is 2 pints, 40 fluid ounces Imperial

1 quart = 32 fluid ounces2 quarts = (2 x 32) = 64 fluid ounces = 6.4 times(10 ounces)

5 percent of 8 fluid ounces is 0.4 fluid ounce.

1 quart = 32 fluid ounces 2 quarts = 64 fluid ounces 3 quarts = 96 fluid ounces 4 quarts = 128 fluid ounces (1 gallon) 40 quarts = 1,280 fluid ounces (10 gallons)

i dont know you tell me im only 10 years old There are 8 fluid ounces per cup. 16 fluid ounces per pint. 32 fluid ounces per quart. 128 fluid ounces per gallon.

5% of 10 fluid oz = 5% * 10 = 0.05 * 10 = 0.5 fluid oz

10 tbsp.In US measure 32 fluid ounces are equal to one quart. One ounce is 0.03 quart or as thirty-two (32) ounces equals 1 quart, so there is 1/32 of a quart in an ounce. But you need to know that 1 Imperial quart = 40 Imperial fluid ounces. Also this relates only to fluid ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flour or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce." A quart measures volume not weight. In order to convert quarts to solid (weight)ounces or back, You need to know what is being measured.