One part in a liquid measurement is either the units of measurement (liters, milliliters, etc) or the number in the measurement (3/4, 2, etc).
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1. Use a wet measuring cup. This is the easiest way but not necessarily the most accurate. Liquids must be measured while absolutely still and at eye level, making an accurate measurement
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Here are some basics: 3 teaspoons equals 1 tablespoon. 4 tablespoons equals 1/4 cup or 2 fl ounces 8 fl ounces equals 1 cup 2 cups equals 1 pint 2 pints equals 1 quart or 32 fl ounces
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It varies by product. A good measure is traded notional volume over outstanding notional. This gives you a sense of what fraction of the total outstanding securities trade on any
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