Okay, imagine you’re in your garden, and you want to measure how much water to give your plants. Sometimes, we need to change how we measure liquids, like when we want to know how many **fluid ounces** are in **milliliters**.

**Milliliters (ml)** and **fluid ounces (fl oz)** are both ways to measure how much liquid we have. In gardening, you might use **ml** when dealing with smaller containers or precise measurements for watering your plants or mixing nutrients. On the other hand, you might see **fluid ounces** when you’re using larger bottles or jugs.

Now, let’s see how to convert **75 ml** into **fluid ounces**. There’s a simple rule for this:

1 fluid ounce is about **29.57 ml**. To find out how many fluid ounces are in **75 ml**, you can use the following equation:

$$

\text{fl oz} = \frac{\text{ml}}{29.57}

$$

So, for **75 ml**:

$$

\text{fl oz} = \frac{75 \text{ ml}}{29.57} \approx 2.54 \text{ fl oz}

$$

This means that **75 ml** is a little more than **2.5 fluid ounces**!

To help you visualize this a little better, here are **7 objects** that are **exactly equal to 75 ml**:

- A small
**juice box** - A little bottle of
**ketchup** - About
**5 tablespoons**of water (since 1 tbsp is about 15 ml) - A small
**shot glass** - A standard
**ice cube tray**compartment (most hold about 30 ml) - A
**teaspoon**(approximately 15 ml) – so 5 teaspoons would equal 75 ml - A small
**baby bottle**(some hold 75 ml)

Now you can impress your friends by telling them how to measure liquids, whether it’s for your gardening needs or just for fun!