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 Conversion tables

     

Weight and measures
 
 
 
Imperial                                Approximate metric equivalent
 
1/4 oz                           5g
1/2 oz                           10g
1    oz                           25g
2    oz                           50g
3    oz                           75g
4    oz                           100g  
5    oz                           125g
6    oz                           150g
7    oz                           175g
8    oz                           200g
9    oz                           225g
10  oz                           250g
11  oz                           275g
12  oz                           300g
13  oz                           325g
14  oz                           350g
15  oz                           375g
16  oz                           400g
2    lb                           1kg
1/4 pt                           125ml
1/2 pt                           250ml
3/4 pt                           375ml
1  pt                             500ml
1 1/2 pt                        750ml
2 pt (1 qt)                     1 litre
2 gt                              2 litres
1 gal                             4.5 litres                      
1/4 in                            0.5cm
1/2 in                            1 cm
1 in                               2 cm
1 1/2 in                         4 cm 
2 in                               5 cm          
 
Imperial                                Approximate metric equivalent
 
2 1/2 in                           6cm
3 in                                 8cm
4 in                                 10cm
5 in                                 12 cm
6 in                                 15cm
6 1/2 in                           16cm
7 in                                 18cm
12 in                               30cm
18in                                45cm
 
            Spoons and cups
 
1 teaspoon (tsp)               5ml
1 dessertspoon(dsp)         10ml
1 tablespoon    (tbsp)       15ml
1/4 cup                           60ml
1/3 cup                           80ml
1/2 cup                           125ml
1    cup                           250ml  
 
                Oven temperatures
 
                     oC                     Gas regulo                 F
 
slow (cool)    110                   1/4                             225
                          130                   1/2                             250
                          140                   1                                275
                          150                   2                                300
                          160                   3                                325
moderate       180                   4                                350
                          190                   5                                375
                          200                   6                                400    
hot                   220                    7                                425
                         230                    8                                 450
very hot        250                    9                                 475


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