# What is the metric equivelant of ounces and cups?

For my area scince fair i forgot to

change ounces to the metric form

and cups to the metric form

any help?

Update:

it is

7 ounces

and

12 cups

Update 2:

it is

7 ounces

and

12 cups

Relevance
• Anonymous

There are approximately 28 grams in one ounce. One cup is approximately 250 milllilitres.

• degnan
Lv 4
4 years ago

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It's some sorta "liters".

1 fluid ounce = .0296 liters = 2.96 hectaliters, I think.

1 quart = .9461 liters. Since there are 2 pints in a quart, I guess that a pint = half that (you do the math!).

Try the 1st site below for instand "Java" conversion then the 2nd tells you the metric prefixes for proper translation:

1 US fluid ounce = 29.5735297 milliliters

1 ounces = 28.3495231 grams

1 US cups = 236.588238 milliliters