mL to fluid ounces

1. Units and Conversion 1.3) Volume 1.3.1) Volume - General

1.3.1.1) Fl. oz to mL Easy 1


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The label on a bottle claims the volume to be 36 mL; Express it in fl. oz. unit


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lb equals 1.2 kg

    Answer: 1.2 fl. oz.
    • We know that, 1 fluid ounce (fl. oz.) equals 29.57 mL. In everyday application we may round it up to 30 mL, but in pharmaceutical calculation we have to use the 29.57 value
    • We can write: 1 mL = 1/29.57 fl. oz
    • Therefore, 36 mL = 36 / 29.57 = 1.2 fl. oz.




    USING RATIO METHOD

    29.57 mL = 36 mL
    1 fl. oz x

    Then, x = 1.2 fl. oz


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