As we know there are 8 fluid ounces in a cup of US standard. So, by keeping in mind total no. of fluid ounces in a cup, we determine that **How many ounces in 1/3 of a cup?**.

The answer is that there are **6 fluid ounces** in 1/3 of a cup. We came to know by dividing the cups with the number of fluid ounces in a cup.

## What is 1/3 of a cup?

1/3 of a cup means that one-third of a cup. As we know, we determine different portions of cup to know how many fluid ounces are in a cup?

So, there are 8 fluid ounces in a whole cup.

If we have to determine 1/3 then,

### Conversion

1 cup = 8 fl oz

1/3 cup = 0.75 of cup

0.75 cup x 8 fl oz = **6 fl oz**

### Table

OUNCE | CUP |
---|---|

8 oz | 1 cup |

2 | 1/4 cup |

4 | 1/2 cup |

6 | 1/3 cup |

## How many ounces in a quarter cup?

Quarter of a cup means 1/4 of the cup to determine How many ounces in quarter of a cup?

The answer is that there are **2 fluid ounces** in a quarter of cup of US standard.

### Conversion

1 cup = 8 fl oz

1/3 cup = 6 fl oz

1/4 cup = 0.25 of cup

0.25 of cup x 8 fl oz = **2 fl oz**.

### Dry measures in a quarter cup

To determine the dry measures in a quarter of a cup, we have conversion table that is;

3 teaspoons | 1 tablespoon | 1/2 ounce | 14.3 grams | - |
---|---|---|---|---|

2 tablespoons | 1/8 cup | 1 fluid ounce | 28.3 grams | |

4 tablspoons | 1/4 cup | 2 fluid ounces | 56.7 grams | |

5 1/3 tablespoons | 1/3 cup | 2.6 fluid ounces | 75.6 grams | |

8 tablespoons | 1/2 cup | 4 ounces | 113.4 grams | |

12 tablespoons | 3/4 cup | 6 ounces | .375 pound | |

32 tablespoons | 2 cups | 16 ounces | 1 pound | |

64 tablespoons | 4 cups | 32 ounces | 2 pounds |

### Liquid measures in a quarter cup

To know the accurate liquid measures in a quarter of a cup, we have a liquid conversion table that is;

1 cup | 8 fluid ounces | 1/2 pint | 237 ml |
---|---|---|---|

2 cups | 16 fluid ounces | 1 pint | 476 ml |

4 cups | 32 fluid ounces | 1 quart | 948 ml |

2 pints | 32 fluid ounces | 1 quart | 0.965 liters |

4 quarts | 128 fluid ounces | 1 gallon | 3.8 liters |

## How many ounces in a half cup?

We also have to determine that How many ounces in a half cup?

The answer is that there are **4 fluid ounces** in a half cup.

### Conversion

As there are 8 fluid ounces in a cup. So, in a half cup;

8 fl oz = 1 cup

1/2 of cup = 0.5 of cup

0.5 of cup x 8 fl oz = **4 fluid ounces**

### Dry ounces in a half cup

To measure dry ounces in a half cup, we need to discuss dry conversion table which is;

3 teaspoons | 1 tablespoon | 1/2 ounce |
---|---|---|

8 tablespoons | 1/2 cup | 4 ounces |

12 tablespoons | 3/4 cup | 6 ounces |

32 tablespoons | 2 cups | 16 ounces |

64 tablespoons | 4 cups | 32 ounces |

## Frequently Asked Questions

### How do you measure ounces in a cup?

1 ounce is equal to 0.125 of a cup. so if we have to measure that **how many cups contains how many fluid ounces?** then we have to multiply no. of cup with ounces to obtain values.

**For Example;**

If we calculate that how many cups is 6 fluid ounces, then;

6 fl oz x 0.125 of cup = **0.75 of cup**

0.75 of cup = **1/3 of cup**

### What amount of water you need to drink before Blood donation?

Drinking water before blood donation is a healthy impact. Because when we drink water, it regulates our blood vessels and causes an increase in blood circulation level.

So, according to WHO, you should drink 16 extra ounces of water which becomes equal to 2 cups of water, before blood donation to increase you circulation level.

### How many ounces is in a cup of butter?

One cup of butter contains 8 ounces in it. As 1 stick of butter is equal to 1/2 of a cup and it contains 4 ounces. So, one cup of butter equals to 2 sticks of butter which contain 8 fluid ounces.

### Conversion Table

Butter Sticks | Cups | Grams | Ounces | Pound |
---|---|---|---|---|

1 stick | 1/2 | 114 g | 4 oz | .25 lb |

half stick | 1/4 | 57 g | 2 oz | – |

two sticks | 1 | 227 g | 8 oz | .5 lb |

### Conclusion

**How many ounces in 1/3 cups?** .We determined that there are 4 fluid ounces in a half cup. We know that there are 8 fluid ounces in a cup of US standard. When we divide the cup in 1/3 and also divide the ounces in a cup, we came to know that there are **6 fluid ounces** in one-third of a cup of US standard.