One Pound Equals How Many Ounces?

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One pound is equal to 16 ounces. However, this can vary a bit depending on what is being weighed. Something that is being measured in liquid form may not measure the same as something being measured in the form of a mass that is not liquid. If there are two 8 ounce blocks of cheese, putting them together would make a pound of cheese. That's just an example. It's also true that 16 ounces of milk would be about a pound, depending on what container it is in of course.
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There are 16 ounces in one pound. Ounces and pounds are both forms of measurement, and they are often used to weigh dry products. They are also used for human weight in America.
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15.35 fluid ounces of water weigh one pound. A fluid ounce of water weighs 1.0425 avoirdupois ounces (weight) Or, 0.9592 av oz (weight) of water equals 1 fluid oz (volume) Formulas:
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There are 4 avoirdupois ounces in the avoirdupois quarter pound or 113.40 grams. There are 3 troy ounces in the troy quarter pound or 93.31 grams. This relates to the old question
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One pound is equal to 16 ounces.
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