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About how many cubic inches to the nearest 10th of a cubic inch does 12 fluid ounces of juice fill?

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    There are 57.75 cubic inches per quart.
    12 fluid ounces is 12/32 times that, since 12 fl. oz. is 12/32. Of a quart

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