Assuming you meant to say fluid ounces: 40.58 fluid ounces.
I cup = 8 US fluid ounces. 3/4 cup = 6 fluid ounces 22 ounce container is almost equal to 24 fluid ounces, so a bit more than 1/4 of your container would be roughly equal to 6 fluid ounces.
Rephrasing the question to: How much is 6 cl (Centiliters) in fluid Ounces. 6 cl is 0.06 Liters or 60cc (Cubic Centimeters) or 2.03 US Fluid Ounces. As this is a Cooking Question, the practical answer would be Two Ounces!
a fluid ounce is measure of volume while a pound is a measure of weight, so you need to know the density of the fluid before you can determine this. If the fluid is water, its density is 0.036 pounds per cubic inch and 1fluid ounces is 1.0805 cubic inches. 32 fluid ounces is 1.805 x 32 = 57.75 cubic inches . At 0.036 pounds per cubic inch, it weighs.036x 57.75 = 2.08 pounds. If this were oil and not water, weight would be different. Don't confuse fluid ounce with ounce weight
Only 16.9 of the 64 fluid ounces would fit in 16.9 fluid ounces.
The answer will depend on the density of the fluid.
A 3 inch diameter by 3 inch high container is 21.195 cubic inches. There is 1.805 cu in per ounce, so that would be 21.195/1.805 = 11.74 ounces
There are many units: Liters, cubic centimeters, gallons, teaspoons, tablespoons, fluid ounces, cubic inches, quarts, cups, cubic meters, cubic kilometers, barrels, and many more obscure units.
Their are 8 ounces in a cup. Therefore, 30 fluid ounces would be 3 and 3/4 cups.
since there are 8 fluid ounces in one cup there would be 72 fluid ounces in 9 cups
A cup is 8 fluid ounces. 5 fluid ounces would be 5/8ths of a cup.
Ounces (Avoirdupois ounces, not fluid ounces. Fluid ounces measure volume, not mass.)