Q: How many dry ounces are in 64 cubic inches?

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There are 16 dry ounces to the pound.

16 ounces

ANSWER 1 c.yard = 694.28 dry quarts

Liquid or dry measure and density of contents will determine this answer. Steel ball bearings will weigh more than feathers, for example.

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160 cubic inches equates to about 2.38 dry quarts.

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Depends on the type of sand also if it is wet or dry

There are 16 ounces in a pound (solid)! There are 8 ounces in a cup (liquid)!

There are 16 dry ounces to the pound.

338 dry ounces = 21.13 pounds.

There are 64 tablespoons in 32 dry ounces. This is because there are 2 tablespoons in 1 dry ounce.

8 In US measure a pint of oysters is measured by the dry pint or 33.6 cubic inches. there is 8 dry pints in a dry gallon of ~ 268.8 cubic inches. In imperial measure there is 8 pints in a gallon. An imperial gallon is approximately 5 liquid US quarts [slightly less], or slightly more than 4 dry quarts.[US]

There are about 38.6 dry quarts in 1.5 cubic feet.

70.71 dry gallons in 11 cubic feet.