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# How many fluid ounces equal 60 milliliters?

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### Quick Answer

**Sixty milliliters equals 2.03 fluid ounces.** There are approximately 29.57 milliliters in one U.S. fluid ounce. To convert milliliters to fluid ounces, divide the number of milliliters by 29.57. The quotient is the number of fluid ounces equal to the milliliter measurement.

The U.S. customary fluid ounce is slightly different from the Imperial fluid ounce. An Imperial fluid ounce is slightly smaller and converts to approximately 28.4 milliliters. This conversion is rarely necessary as most countries formerly using the Imperial system of measurement now use the metric system. Assume that a conversion not otherwise specified is to the U.S. customary definition of a fluid ounce.

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## 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: -
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## How many milliliters are in 10 ounces?

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Full Answer >**The equivalent of 10 fluid ounces is 295.7 milliliters.**Because 1 fluid ounce equals 29.57 milliliters, converting 10 fluid ounces to milliliters requires multiplying the number of ounces (10) by 29.57 milliliters per fluid ounce or simply moving the decimal point one place to the right.Filed Under: -
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## How many ounces is in 500 milliliters?

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Full Answer >**There is an approximate calculation of 16 ounces when converting 500 milliliters.**Each milliliter is 0.033814 ounces, and to perform this conversion, one would have to multiply 0.033814 by 500 to get the exact answer. The exact calculation is 16.907 fluid ounces.Filed Under: -
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## How many fluid ounces are in a liter?

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Full Answer >**According to the University of North Carolina, there are 33.8140226 fluid ounces in one standard liter.**Frequently rounded to 33.81 fluid ounces, the number represents a volume measurement for liquids. Fluid ounces and liters are both liquid volume measurements.Filed Under: