Q: Is 1 quart bigger than 40 fl oz?

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In U.S. fluid measure, 4 cups is 32 fl. oz., so 40 oz. is bigger.

1 cup = 8 oz 7 cups = 56 oz which is bigger than 40 oz

1 quart contains 32 fl oz, so it's probably bigger.

Since there are 32 fl. ounces in a quart, there are 1 and 1/4 quarts in 40 fl. ounces.

There are 32 ounces in a US quart and 40 ounces in an imperial quart.

There are 40 ounces to an imperial quart, and 32 ounces to a US quart.

40 US fluid ounces = 1.25 US quarts(1 whole quart and one fourth of a quart.)

1.25 qt 1 quart = 32 oz 1 oz = 0.03 qt 1 Imp. qt = 40 oz

74 fl oz is bigger.

1 pint is bigger than 1 fl oz.

The US measures are 8 fl oz to a cup, 16 fl oz to a pint, 32 fl oz to a quart and 128 fl oz to a gallon. The UK measures are 20 fl oz to a pint, 40 fl oz to a quart and 160 fl oz to a gallon. 1 fl oz UK is equal to 0.9607584 fl oz US.

They're identical volumes, so neither is bigger.

a fl oz is bigger

32 US fluid ounces, 40 UK fl oz

how many Quart are in120 floz

1 US quart is 32 fl oz.

1 gallon is bigger than 100 fl oz. 1 gallon = 8 pints * In UK: 1 pt = 20 fl oz → 1 gallon = 8 x 20 fl oz = 160 fl oz > 100 fl oz → 1 gallon is bigger than 100 fl oz. * In USA: `1 pt = 16 fl oz → 1 gallon = 8 x 16 fl oz = 128 fl oz → 100 fl oz → 1 gallon is bigger than 100 fl oz.

3/8 of a quart A quart is 32 fl oz, so 12 fl oz is 12/32 quarts or 3/8 of a quart.

yes 1 quart = 32 oz 1 oz = 0.03 qt 1 Imp. qt = 40 oz

Yes, a gallon is bigger

Yes, 9 fl oz is bigger than a cup.

I assume you mean the capacity of the bottle is 18.7 fl oz. Based on the fact that you refer to a quart, I will guess that you are American. 1 pt = 16 fl oz 1 qt = 2 pt = 2 × 16 fl oz = 32 fl oz → 1 qt = 32 fl oz ÷ 18.7 fl oz/ bottle = 1 133/187 bottle ≈ 1.71 bottles. Now, depending upon the original question, the answer could be: 1 bottle - How many 18.7 fl oz bottles can be exactly filled from 1 quart 1.71 bottles - How many 18.7 fl oz bottles make up 1 quart 2 bottles - How many 18.7 fl oz bottles do I need to buy to ensure I have 1 quart. If you are using imperial measurements: 1 pt = 20 fl oz → 1 qt = 2 pt = 2 × 20 fl oz = 40 fl oz → 1 qt = 40 fl oz ÷ 18.7 fl oz/bottle = 2 26/187 ≈ 2.14 bottles. Now, depending upon the original question, the answer could be: 2 bottles - How many 18.7 fl oz bottles can be exactly filled from 1 quart 2.14 bottles - How many 18.7 fl oz bottles make up 1 quart 3 bottles - How many 18.7 fl oz bottles do I need to buy to ensure I have 1 quart.

1 quart = 32 fl oz0.2 quart = (0.2 x 32) = 6.4 fl oz

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