Math and Arithmetic

# How many ounces of ice equal one pound?

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Sixteen ounces. Sixteen ounces of anything equal one pound.

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A pound is 16 ounces. A cup is eight ounces. So a pound is two cups. Therefore, 100 cups of ice would be 800 ounces of ice. 800 ounces of ice would convert to 50 pounds of ice.

There are 16 ounces in one pound so there would be 16 x 5 ounces in 5 pounds, which is 80 ounces.

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I dont think you are mixing drinks?? anyways a kilo is 2,2 lbs a cup is 8 ounces, 16 ounces in a pound but ice has variable volume and density compared when liquid state so you figure it out from here! mr coke dealer.

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Ten pounds (160 ounces) of ice melts into ten pounds (160 ounces) of water. The volume decreases when ice melts, but the weight does not change.

A "scoop" is an object used to collect something, such as a scoop of ice cream, or a steam shovel scooping up a ton of dirt. As such, there is no predefined number of ounces for a "scoop".

There are a number of variables, but it should come out pretty close to 16 ounces of liquid.

A McDonald's medium soda is 16 ounces with ice and 20 ounces without.

Yogurt and ice cream is measured in liquid measurements and a "pound" is a solid measure. "Cups" is also a liquid measurement of volume so your question can not be answered since cups don't equal a pound of weight.

well its 2 pounds for one ice cube so just times it by 2* and how ever many ice cubes you have..

There are approximately 4 ounces in one scoop of ice cream, but you could melt in a measuring cup for exact number.

There are sixteen ounces in a pint, no matter what it is. ... and sherbet is made of water and is not ice cream, which is made of milk and cream.