Q: What customary measurement is smaller than a fluid ounce?

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fluid ounce

1 US customary fluid ounce = 1.8046875 cubic inches1 sq foot 1 inch deep = 144 cubic inches = 79.792 fluid ounces (rounded)

20 cents per fluid ounce.

No. 1 teaspoon is less than 1 fluid ounce.1 ounce = 6 teaspoons

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An ounce is smaller.

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a) it depends on the type of fluid. b) it depends on the type of ounce: - U.S. food labeling fluid ounce - U.S. customary fluid ounce - Imperial fluid ounce (what the rest of the world uses!)

fluid ounce

"Oz" refers to an ounce, which in different contexts is a measure of weight or a measure of volume in the English (Customary) system of measurement that is used in the United States. A liter is a measure of volume in the metric system. An liquid ounce is a much smaller quantity than a liter.

It's a unit of measurement

Yes, it is.

The foot, yard, mile, gallon, quart, pound and fluid ounce are examples of units of measurement in the United States customary units system. Examples of metric units of measurement include the meter, kilometer and gram.

The minim is a unit of volume in both the imperial and US customary systems of measurement. Specifically it is 1⁄480 of a fluid ounce. Thus there are approximately 16,896 minims in one litre

That is 3/4 of apint

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