Quarts and Pints Conversion

Quick Lookup (Round: 2). quarts to pints

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How many pints in a quart?

1 US fluid quart is equal to 2 US fluid pints. 1 US dry quart is equal to 2 US dry pints. 1 Imperial quart is equal to 2 Imperial pints.

To find out how many pints in "x" quarts, multiply the quart value by 2.

1 Quart = 2 Pints

United States Customary:

In United States Customary system, 1 fluid quart has a capacity of 32 US fluid ounces and 1 US fluid pint has a capacity of 16 US fluid ounces, that makes 32 / 16 = 2 US fluid pints in 1 US fluid quart.

1 US dry quart has a apacity of 37.236710202 US fluid ounces and 1 US dry pint has a capacity of 18.618355101 US fluid ounces, that makes 37.236710202 / 18.618355101 = 2 US dry pints in 1 US dry quart.

British Imperial System:

In Imperial system 1 quart has a capacity of 40 imperial fluid ounces and 1 imperial pint has a capacity of 20 imperial fluid ounces, that makes 40 / 20 = 2 imperial pints in 1 imperial quart.

How to convert between quarts and pints?

To convert quarts to pints, multiply the quart value by 2.

To convert pints to quarts, multiply the pint value by 0.5 or divide by 2.

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

What is Quart?

Quart is an imperial and United States Customary measurement systems volume unit. The symbol is "qt".

What is Pint?

Pint is an imperial and United States Customary measurement systems volume unit. 1 US fluid pint is equal to 473.17 mL and 1 imperial pint is equal to 500 mL (half litre). The symbol is "pt".

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