код How many cups in a ounces? - Calculatorology

## 0.125 Cup

### Ounce to Cups (How many cups in a ounces?)

This is a conversion calculator that is used to convert the volume in fluid ounces (fl. oz) to volume in cups (c). The first step when using this calculator is to enter the volume in ounces in the blank text field. Press the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion from fluid ounces to cups. The result in cups is displayed below the control button.

##### For example;

Convert 150 fluid ounces to cups

##### Solution

Enter the volume in fluid ounces (150) in the blank text field and then click the ‘Convert' button. This gives you the results in fluid cups as;

150 Fluid Ounces = 18.75 Cups

This means that 150 fluid ounces are equivalent to 18.75 cups.

## Ounces to Cups Conversion

Enter a US fluid oz value that you want to convert into cups and click on the "convert" button.

#### How many cups in an ounce?

The conversion factor for ounces to cups varies depending on the standard of measurement that is used.

1 Ounce (Fluid, US) = 0.125 (1/8) Cup (US)

1 Ounce (Fluid, UK) = 0.11365225 Cup (Metric)

Therefore, one fluid US is equivalent to 1/8 of a cup. If you want to determine the number of cups in one ounce, simply multiply the value in fluid ounces by the conversion factor.

Using the example above; Convert 150 fluid ounces to cups, the calculation will be;

150 x 1/8 = 18.75 cups in 150 fluid ounces.

Canada and UK use metric cups rather than the traditional Canadian and Imperial cups. A Canadian cup is equal to 8 imperial fluid ounces. An imperial cup is equivalent to 10 imperial fluid ounces nor ½ of an imperial pint.

##### Definitions

A fluid ounce is a US customary and an imperial unit of volume measurement abbreviated as "fl. oz". One US fluid ounce is equivalent to 29.5 milliliters, and one imperial fluid ounce is equivalent to 28.4 milliliters.

A cup is both a metric and US customary unit of volume measurement abbreviated as "c". A US cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces or a half of a pint.