If 200 mL of water are poured into the measuring cup, the volume reading is 6.76 oz. This indicates that 200 mL and 6.76 oz are equivalent. How many milliliters are in a fluid ounce based on this data?

Pierre Holmes
2022-07-23
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Establish the conversion factor for fluid ounces and milliliter

If 200 mL of water are poured into the measuring cup, the volume reading is 6.76 oz. This indicates that 200 mL and 6.76 oz are equivalent. How many milliliters are in a fluid ounce based on this data?

If 200 mL of water are poured into the measuring cup, the volume reading is 6.76 oz. This indicates that 200 mL and 6.76 oz are equivalent. How many milliliters are in a fluid ounce based on this data?

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Ryan Hahn

Answered 2022-07-24
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Since it is given that

200 mL has 6.76 fluid oz volume both are equivalent to each other

So now for

1 fluid oz = 200/6.76

1 fluid oz = 29.5857mL

1 fluid oz = 29.6 mL

200 mL has 6.76 fluid oz volume both are equivalent to each other

So now for

1 fluid oz = 200/6.76

1 fluid oz = 29.5857mL

1 fluid oz = 29.6 mL

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