# How To Measure Ounces

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Ounces are gauged according to the recipe or the weight or volume you are measuring. You need
to know if you are measuring fluid ounces or dry ounces before you start your measurement
procedure. When measuring ounces, you must also know if you are converting them into pounds.
If you are doing a conversion, you need to know how many oz in a pound make up the
talk about the ways you can measure ounces before we touch on how you can convert an ounce
to pounds.

Ways of measuring ounces
Ounces are divided into two, dry ounces and fluid ounces. We&#39;ll start with dry ounces and know
how they are measured.

Measurement of dry ounces
1. Use parched measuring cups to estimate solid components
Dry ounces are normally used for measuring weight. In this instance, you need to select a
parched cup that uses ounces. If you lack a parched cup, you could look for a substance that can
be transformed into ounces.

2. Put the components you measure into a wide bowl
The substances you measure will fit perfectly into a wide bowl making the measurement process
simple. When you do this, you are sure that the measurements you get are completely accurate.

3. Place a measuring cup into the receptacle
Ensure you use a cup that estimates ounces for accurate results. As you use this measuring cup,
lift the measurements and allow the components to spill over from the top. After this, the next
thing is to even the components in your cup.

How to convert ounces to pounds
1. Differentiate between fluid ounces and ordinary ounces
The simplest way to differentiate these two ounces is by knowing what they measure. Fluid
ounces are used for volume and the measurement of liquids. Moreover, fluid ounces don&#39;t tell the
weight of an object.

2. Use troy ounces for precious metals
Troy ounces are employed to gauge precious metals like gold and silver because they are heavier
than normal metals. There are 14.6 ounces in a pound, which means you can multiply the value