# Liquid And Weight Measurements: Question Preview (ID: 15641)

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 1 Cup (c.)= a) 6 ounces (oz.) b) 8 ounces (oz.) c) 12 ounces (oz.) d) 16 ounces (oz.) 1 Pint (pt.)= a) 2 cups (c.) b) 4 cups (c.) c) 6 cups (c.) d) 8 cups (c.) 1 Quart (qt.)= a) 2 pints (pt.) b) 4 pints (pt.) c) 6 pints (pt.) d) 8 pints (pt.) 1 Quart (qt.)= a) 2 cups (c.) b) 4 cups (c.) c) 6 cups (c.) d) 8 cups (c.) 1 Gallon (gal.)= a) 2 quarts (qt.) b) 4 quarts (qt.) c) 6 quarts (qt.) d) 8 quarts (qt.) 1 Gallon (gal.)= a) 2 pints (pt.) b) 4 pints (pt.) c) 6 pints (pt.) d) 8 pints (pt.) 1 Gallon (gal.)= a) 4 cups (c.) b) 8 cups (c.) c) 12 cups (c.) d) 16 cups (c.) 1 Pound (lb.)= a) 8 ounces (oz.) b) 12 ounces (oz.) c) 16 ounces (oz.) d) 20 ounces (oz.) 1 Ton (t.)= a) 16 pounds (lb.) b) 100 pounds (lb.) c) 1,000 pounds (lb.) d) 2,000 pounds (lb.) Smaller to larger, you _____________ and larger to smaller you ______________. a) divide, multiply b) multiply, divide c) d)
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