# Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial) Converter

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## How to use this Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial) Converter 🤔

Follow these steps to convert given volume from the units of Ounce (fluid imperial) to the units of Pint (imperial).

- Enter the input
**Ounce (fluid imperial)**value in the text field. - The calculator converts the given
**Ounce (fluid imperial)**into**Pint (imperial)**in realtime ⌚ using the conversion formula, and displays under the**Pint (imperial)**label. You do not need to click any button. If the input changes,**Pint (imperial)**value is re-calculated, just like that. - You may copy the resulting
**Pint (imperial)**value using the Copy button. - To view a detailed step by step calculation of the conversion, click on the View Calculation button.
- You can also reset the input by clicking on button present below the input field.

## What is the Formula to convert Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial)?

The formula to convert given volume from Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial) is:

Volume_{(Pint (imperial))} = Volume_{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} / 20

Substitute the given value of volume in ounce (fluid imperial), i.e., Volume_{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} in the above formula and simplify the right-hand side value. The resulting value is the volume in pint (imperial), i.e., Volume_{(Pint (imperial))}.

## Calculation

## Examples

### Consider that a recipe requires 8 fluid ounces (imperial) of milk.

Convert this volume from fluid ounces (imperial) to Pint (imperial).

#### Answer:

**Given:**

The volume in ounce (fluid imperial) is:

Volume_{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} = 8

**Formula:**

The formula to convert volume from ounce (fluid imperial) to pint (imperial) is:

Volume_{(Pint (imperial))} = Volume_{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} / 20

**Substitution:**

Substitute given weight **Volume _{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} = 8** in the above formula.

Volume_{(Pint (imperial))} = 8 / 20

Volume_{(Pint (imperial))} = 0.4

**Final Answer:**

Therefore, **8 fl oz (imp)** is equal to **0.4 pt (imp)**.

The volume is **0.4 pt (imp)**, in pint (imperial).

### Consider that a medicine bottle contains 4 fluid ounces (imperial) of syrup.

Convert this volume from fluid ounces (imperial) to Pint (imperial).

#### Answer:

**Given:**

The volume in ounce (fluid imperial) is:

Volume_{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} = 4

**Formula:**

The formula to convert volume from ounce (fluid imperial) to pint (imperial) is:

Volume_{(Pint (imperial))} = Volume_{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} / 20

**Substitution:**

Substitute given weight **Volume _{(Ounce (fluid imperial))} = 4** in the above formula.

Volume_{(Pint (imperial))} = 4 / 20

Volume_{(Pint (imperial))} = 0.2

**Final Answer:**

Therefore, **4 fl oz (imp)** is equal to **0.2 pt (imp)**.

The volume is **0.2 pt (imp)**, in pint (imperial).

## Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial) Conversion Table

The following table gives some of the most used conversions from Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial).

Ounce (fluid imperial) (fl oz (imp)) | Pint (imperial) (pt (imp)) |
---|---|

0.01 fl oz (imp) | 0.0005 pt (imp) |

0.1 fl oz (imp) | 0.005 pt (imp) |

1 fl oz (imp) | 0.05 pt (imp) |

2 fl oz (imp) | 0.1 pt (imp) |

3 fl oz (imp) | 0.15 pt (imp) |

4 fl oz (imp) | 0.2 pt (imp) |

5 fl oz (imp) | 0.25 pt (imp) |

6 fl oz (imp) | 0.3 pt (imp) |

7 fl oz (imp) | 0.35 pt (imp) |

8 fl oz (imp) | 0.4 pt (imp) |

9 fl oz (imp) | 0.45 pt (imp) |

10 fl oz (imp) | 0.5 pt (imp) |

20 fl oz (imp) | 1 pt (imp) |

50 fl oz (imp) | 2.5 pt (imp) |

100 fl oz (imp) | 5 pt (imp) |

1000 fl oz (imp) | 50 pt (imp) |

## Ounce (fluid imperial)

The fluid ounce (Imperial) is a unit of measurement used to quantify liquid volumes, particularly in the UK and countries using the Imperial system. It is defined as approximately 28.413 milliliters. Historically, the Imperial fluid ounce was used for measuring small quantities of liquids in cooking, medicine, and trade. Although less commonly used today, it remains a part of the Imperial measurement system, offering a standardized measure for liquids that is consistent with historical practices and still referenced in certain contexts.

## Pint (imperial)

The Imperial pint is a unit of measurement used to quantify liquid volumes, primarily in the UK and countries using the Imperial system. It is defined as 20 fluid ounces or approximately 568.261 milliliters. Historically, the Imperial pint was used for measuring beverages such as beer and milk, as well as other liquids in trade and commerce. Today, it remains a standard unit in the UK for measuring liquids, particularly in the context of beverages and culinary measurements, maintaining consistency with historical practices.

## Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

### 1. What is the formula for converting Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial) in Volume?

The formula to convert Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial) in Volume is:

Ounce (fluid imperial) / 20

### 2. Is this tool free or paid?

This Volume conversion tool, which converts Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial), is completely free to use.

### 3. How do I convert Volume from Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial)?

To convert Volume from Ounce (fluid imperial) to Pint (imperial), you can use the following formula:

Ounce (fluid imperial) / 20

For example, if you have a value in Ounce (fluid imperial), you substitute that value in place of Ounce (fluid imperial) in the above formula, and solve the mathematical expression to get the equivalent value in Pint (imperial).