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Table of Contents

- How many cups is 120 grams?
- How much is 200g of liquid?
- How many cups is 500 ml of water?
- How many mL is 1 oz of liquid?
- Does Toothpaste count as liquid?
- How many cups is 3oz of liquid?
- How much is an Oz of milk?
- How Much Should 3 month old eat?
- How many fluid ounces are in milk?
- How much does an oz of milk weigh?
- Are weighted feeds accurate?
- What is 6 oz of milk in grams?
- How much liquid is 2 ounces?

Baking Conversion Table

U.S. | Metric |
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1 tablespoon of flour | between 8 and 9 grams |

1 cup | 240 grams |

1/2 cup | 120 grams |

1 tablespoon | 15 grams |

Volume of 200 Grams of Water

200 Grams of Water = | |
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13.53 | Tablespoons |

40.58 | Teaspoons |

0.85 | U.S. Cups |

0.70 | Imperial Cups |

Quick Conversions

U.S. Standard | Metric |
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1 2/3 cup | 375 ml and 1-15 ml spoon |

1 3/4 cup | 400 ml and 1-15 ml spoon |

2 cups | 475 ml |

2 1/4 cups | 500 ml and 2-15 ml spoons |

29.57 mL

Does toothpaste count? The TSA treats all aerosols, gels, creams and pastes as liquids. That means that things like toothpaste, hairspray, shave gel, lip gloss and even peanut butter are all subject to the 3-1-1 rule.

0.375 cups

Volume of 1 Ounce of Milk

1 Ounce of Milk = | |
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1.87 | Tablespoons |

5.62 | Teaspoons |

0.12 | U.S. Cups |

0.10 | Imperial Cups |

Typically five ounces about six to eight times a day. Breastfeeding: How often should a 3-month-old nurse? Feedings are typically about every three or four hours at this age but each breastfed baby may be slightly different.

Sites such as the Monterey Institute would reveal to us that one quart is equal to 32 ounces and since there are 4 quarts in a gallon of milk, we can derive that there are 128 ounces in a gallon of milk which is consistent with its direct conversion value.

30.6 grams.

The mean difference between weight change and actual milk intake was 1.3 ml, indicating good accuracy. The precision of test weighing, however, was poor: 95% of differences between weight change and actual milk intake ranged from −12.4 to 15 ml.

170

For example, to find out how many tablespoons there are in 2 fluid ounces, multiply 2 by 2, that makes 4 tablespoons in 2 fluid ounces. Common conversions from (fluid) ounces to tablespoons: 1 oz = 2 tbsp.