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1.777777778 squareyards. See the complete algebraic steps below:
16 squarefeet*1 squareyards
9 squarefeet=1.777777778 squareyards
There are 16 fluid ounces in a U.S. pint.
There are 20 fluid ounces in an Imperial pint.
There are 16 fluid ounces in an Imperial tenth (1/2 fifth).
Ounces in a PintArguably, there is no unit in existence that leads to more hair-pulling confusion than the pint. There's the UK pint (~567.5 ml), the US liquid pint (~473.6 ml), and the US dry pint (~550.61 ml), further complicated by the fact there is the UK liquid ounce (~28.35 ml) and the US liquid ounce (~29.6 ml), which should never be -- but frequently is -- confused with the dry ounce (~28.35 g), which is a measure of mass and weight, not volume.
Here are some conversions for you:1 pint [US, liquid] = 16 ounce [US, liquid] (1.04125 pounds of water)
1 pint [UK] = 20 ounce [UK, liquid] (1.25 pounds of water)
1 pint [US, liquid] = 16.653 483 693 ounce [UK, liquid]
1 pint [UK] = 19.215 198 808 ounce [US, liquid]
1 pint [US, dry] = 18.618 355 102 ounce [US, liquid]
1 pint [US, dry] = 19.378 779 567 ounce [UK, liquid]
Note that this is for a fluid pint and fluid ounce. Dry ounces and fluid ounces are not interchangeable. Fluid ounces are a measure of volume and dry ounces are a measure of weight or mass.
There are 16 fluid ounces (~473.6 ml) in a US pint and 20 fluid ounces (~567.5 ml) in a UK pint.
And a US, dry pint (volume) is not broken down into smaller units, because it is the smallest unit of a bushel, (8 gallons US, dry; 4 pecks; 32 quarts; or 64 pints).