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**At 1.01 fluid ounces, 30 milliliters is almost equivalent to a single ounce; the two are interchangeable except in applications that require exact measurement.** There are 29.6 milliliters in a fluid ounce.

It can be difficult to remember the exact conversion factors between metric volume units and U.S. customary volume units, so the close resemblance between 30 milliliters and 1 fluid ounce can act as a useful starting point for approximate conversions. For example, it only takes some quick multiplication to determine that there are roughly 240 milliliters in an 8-ounce cup. Similarly, 1 liter is roughly equivalent to 1 quart.

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## What is 150 milliliters in fluid ounces?

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Full Answer >**When converted, 150 milliliters is equal to 5.072 fluid ounces.**One milliliter is equal to approximately .034 fluid ounces in U.S. measurements.Filed Under: - Q:
## How many ounces are in 750 milliliters?

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Full Answer >**Approximately 25.36 fluid ounces equals 750 milliliters.**Since 1 fluid ounce equals 29.57 milliliters, converting 750 milliliters to ounces requires dividing it by 29.57 milliliters per ounce. An alternative is to multiply 750 milliliters by 0.03 ounces per milliliter.Filed Under: - Q:
## How many ounces is 400 milliliters?

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Full Answer >**There are 13.525 fluid ounces in 400 milliliters.**Using a unit conversion calculator is the easiest method for finding this answer. Unit conversion calculators allow the user to select two units and enter any number of either unit to convert to the other.Filed Under: - Q:
## How do you convert milliliters to fluid ounces?

A:To convert milliliters to U.S. fluid ounces, multiply the number of milliliters by 0.033814. One milliliter equals approximately 0.033814 U.S. fluid ounces. If converting to U.K. fluid ounces, multiply milliliters by 0.0351951 rather than 0.033814, because a U.S. and U.K. fluid ounce have different volumes.

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