750 milliliters equal how many cups?

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The amount of 750 milliliters equals slightly more than 3.17 cups. Both are units of volume, but cups are part of the American form of measurement, and milliliters are included in the metric system, used by most countries around the world.

Other examples of volume measurements in the United States include teaspoons, tablespoons, pints, quarts and gallons. The relationship between the units varies significantly. For example, there are 3 teaspoons in 1 tablespoon, 16 tablespoons in 1 cup and 4 cups in 1 quart. Metric volume measurements concentrate on milliliters and liters. There are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. One quart is slightly more than 1 liter.

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3.17 cups.
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750 milliliters is equal to 3.17006 cups. , and remember we're open 24/7!
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There are 25 ounces in 750 mL. You can determine figures like this on your own if you can remember that 30 mL is equivalent to one ounce.
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No offense but you people all need to go back to school. a liter is 1.0556 quarts which equals 33.78 ounces which is slightly under 4 1/4 cups. a liter, metrically speaking, is 1000
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750 milliliters is equal to 3.170065 cups.
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