# Quarts to Fluid Ounces Conversion

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## How many fluid ounces in a quart?

There are 32 fluid ounces in a quart. To convert quarts to fluid ounces, multiply the quart value by 32.

For example, to find out how many fluid ounces in a quart and a half, multiply 1.5 by 32, that makes 48 fluid ounces in a quart and a half.

1 Quart = 32 Fluid Ounces

## How many quarts in a fluid ounce?

1 Fluid ounce is equal to 0.03125 quart. To convert fluid ounces to quarts, multiply the fluid ounce value by 0.03125 or divide by 32.

For example, to find out how many quarts is 8 fluid ounces, divide 8 by 32, that makes 0.25 quart in 8 fluid ounces.

1 Fluid Ounce = 0.03125 Quart

You may also use this volume units conversion calculator to convert between US, imperial quarts and fluid ounces.

What is Quart?

Quart is an imperial and United States Customary measurement systems volume unit. 1 US fluid quart is equal to 32 US fluid ounces and 1 Imperial quart is equal to 40 Imperial fluid ounces. The symbol is "qt".

• 1 US fluid quart = 32 US fluid oz
• 1 US dry quart = 37.236710202 US fluid oz
• 1 Imperial quart = 40 Imperial fluid oz

What is Fluid Ounce?

Fluid ounce is an imperial and United States Customary measurement systems volume unit. The symbol is "fl oz".

• 1 US fluid oz = 0.03125 US fluid quart
• 1 US fluid oz = 0.0268552188 US dry quart
• 1 Imperial fluid oz = 0.025 Imperial quart
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