Measurements of dry products

Metric measures | English measures |

15 g | 1/2 oz |

30 g | 1 oz |

60 g | 2 oz |

90 g | 3 oz |

125 g | 4 oz (1/4 lb) |

155 g | 5 oz |

185 g | 6 oz |

220 g | 7 oz |

250 g | 8 oz (1/2 lb) |

280 g | 9 oz |

315 g | 10 oz |

345 g | 11 oz |

375 g | 12 oz (3/4 lb) |

410 g | 13 oz |

440 g | 14 oz |

470 g | 15 oz |

500 g | 16 oz (1lb) |

750 g | 24 oz (11/2 lb) |

1 kg | 32 oz (2lb) |

Liquid measurements

Metric measures | English measures |

30 ml | 1 fluidoz |

60 ml | 2 fluidoz |

100 ml | 3 fluidoz |

125 ml | 4 fluidoz |

150 ml | 5 fluidoz (1/4 pint / 1 gill) |

190 ml | 6 fluidoz |

250 ml | 8 fluidoz |

300 ml | 10 fluidoz (1/2 pint) |

500 ml | 16 fluidoz |

600 ml | 20 fluidoz (1 pint) |

1000 ml | 1 3/4 pints |

Oven temperatures

C (Celsius) | F (Farengheit) | Gas mark | |

Very cold | 1 | ||

Cold | 150 | 300 | 2 |

Slightly warm | 160 | 325 | 3 |

Moderately warm | 180-190 | 350-375 | four |

Moderately hot | 200-210 | 400-425 | 5 |

Hot | 220-230 | 450-475 | 6 |

Very hot | 240-250 | 500-525 | 7 |

Helpful information

Metric measures | English measures |

3 mm | 1/8 in |

6 mm | 1/4 in |

1 cm | 1/2 in |

2 cm | 3/4 in |

2.5 cm | 1 in |

5 cm | 2 in |

6 cm | 2 1/2 in |

8 cm | 3 in |

10 cm | 4 in |

13 cm | 5 in |

15 cm | 6 in |

18 cm | 7 in |

20 cm | 8 in |

23 cm | 9 in |

25 cm | 10 in |

28 cm | 11 in |

30 cm | 12 in (1ft) |

At the moment, there are many devices and methods for measuring the weight of products. The most convenient way to measure dry products is weighing. And to measure some kind of liquid, they usually use special glass or plastic glasses, on the walls of which there are marks in milliliters and in liters. If you need to measure products in kilograms, you can now buy a special kitchen scale.

If you measure something with spoons or cups, then know - you should never pour food with a slide. The most essential product in almost any recipe is an egg. The approximate weight of an egg is 60 grams.

## Things to know (Q&A)

### How do you convert from one unit to another?

Summary

- Write the conversion as a fraction (that equals one )
- Multiply it out (leaving all units in the answer)
- Cancel any units that are both top and bottom.

### How do I remember to convert measurements?

A conversion factor is the number or formula you need to convert a measurement in one set of units to the same measurement in another set of units. The number is usually given as a numerical ratio or fraction that can be used as a multiplication factor.

### What does it mean to make conversions during measurements?

A conversion factor is the number or formula you need to convert a measurement in one set of units to the same measurement in another set of units. The number is usually given as a numerical ratio or fraction that can be used as a multiplication factor.

### What are the 7 basic units of measurement?

The seven SI base units , which are comprised of:

- Length - meter (m )
- Time - second (s )
- Amount of substance - mole (mole)
- Electric current - ampere (A)
- Temperature - kelvin (K )
- Luminous intensity - candela (cd)
- Mass - kilogram (kg)