**How many ounces is a third of a pound?**

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**Ounce**

The **ounce** is the name of several different units of mass, weight or volume and is derived almost unchanged from the *uncia*, an Ancient Roman unit of measurement.

The avoirdupois ounce (exactly 28.349523125 g) is 1⁄16 avoirdupois pound; this is the United States customary and British imperial ounce. It is primarily used in the United States to measure packaged foods and food portions, postal items, areal density of fabric and paper, boxing gloves, and so on, but it is sometimes also used elsewhere in the Anglosphere.

Although the avoirdupois ounce is the mass measure used for most purposes, the ‘troy ounce’ of exactly 31.1034768 g is used instead for the mass of precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, etc.

The term ‘ounce’ is also used in other contexts:

- The ounce-force is a measure of force (see below).
- The fluid ounce is a measure of volume.

Historically, a variety of different ounces measuring mass or volume were used in different jurisdictions by different trades and at different times in history.

**Etymology**

*Ounce* derives from the Ancient Roman *uncia*, a unit in the Ancient Roman units of measurement weighing about 27.35 grams or 0.967 of an Avoirdupois ounce,^{} that was one-twelfth (1⁄12) of the Roman pound (*libra*).^{} The term ‘Ounce’ was borrowed twice: first into Old English as *ynsan* or *yndsan* from an unattested Vulgar Latin form with *ts* for *c* before *i* (palatalization) and second into Middle English through Anglo-Norman and Middle French (*unce, once, ounce*).^{} The abbreviation *oz* came later from the cognate Italian word *onza*, pronounced (now *oncia*, pronounced).

**Definitions**

Historically, in different parts of the world, at different points in time, and for different applications, the ounce (or its translation) has referred to broadly similar but still slightly different standards of mass.

**Pound**

The **pound** or **pound-mass** is a unit of mass used in British imperial and United States customary systems of measurement. Various definitions have been used; the most common today is the international avoirdupois pound, which is legally defined as exactly 0.45359237 kilograms, and which is divided into 16 avoirdupois ounces.^{} The international standard symbol for the avoirdupois pound is **lb**;^{} an alternative symbol is **lb _{m}**

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**#**(chiefly in the U.S.),

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**℔**

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**″̶**

^{}(specifically for the apothecaries’ pound).

The unit is descended from the Roman *libra* (hence the abbreviation “lb”). The English word *pound* is cognate with, among others, German *Pfund*, Dutch *pond*, and Swedish *pund*. These units are historic and are no longer used (replaced by the metric system).

Usage of the unqualified term *pound* reflects the historical conflation of mass and weight. This accounts for the modern distinguishing terms *pound-mass* and *pound-force*.

**Etymology**

The word ‘pound’ and its cognates ultimately derive from a borrowing into Proto-Germanic of the Latin expression *libra pondo* (“the weight measured in *libra*“), in which the word *pondo* is the ablative singular of the Latin noun *pondus* (“weight”).^{}

**1/3 Lbs to Oz**

0.33333333333333 pound equals 5.333 ounces because 1/3 times 16 (the conversion factor) = 5.333

**Formula and Conversion**

To obtain the mass in ounces multiply the pounds by 16. The formula is: [oz] = [1/3] × 16.

Thus, rounded you get: 1/3 lbs = 5.33333 ounces.

Related posts in this category include, for example:

- 8/3 lbs to oz
- 10/3 lbs to oz
- 11/3 lbs to oz

Read on to learn about the difference between 1/3 ounces and 1/3 troy ounces in the next part.

**How many Ounces is 1/3 Pounds?**

In this section we discuss the term “1/3 ounces”.

The mass of 1/3 ounces, shortened as 1/3 oz, denotes food, ingredients, recipes etc., in contrast to precious metals such as silver, which are weighed in troy ounces (oz t). Here you can convert 1/3 troy oz to lbs.

These days, there is only one pound-mass in common use; the unit symbol is lb.

If something about 1/3 oz remains unclear, then fill in the comment form at the end of this page or send us an email and we will get back to you.

In the next part can find the summary of our content on 1/3 lbs to oz.

**Conclusion**

You have reached the concluding section of 1/3 lb in oz, an avoirdupois system mass conversion.

We summarize our information as follows: 1/3 lbs = 5.33333 ounces.

Further information about the units under consideration can be found in the article “Lbs to Oz” in the menu.

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**How many ounces are in a third of a pound?**

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**FAQs on pound to ounces**

**How do you convert 0.33333333333333 pound into ounces?**

To transform 0.33333333333333 pound into ounces, you just need to multiply the quantity in pounds by the conversion factor, 0.028349523125.

So, 0.33333333333333 pound in ounces = 0.33333333333333 times 0.028349523125 = 5.33333333333 ounces, exactly. See details on the formula below on this page.

**What’s 0.33333333333333 pound in ounces?**

0.33333333333333 pound equals 5.33333333333 ounces.

**What does 0.33333333333333 pound means in ounces?**

0.33333333333333 pound is the same as 5.33333333333 ounces.

**How to convert 1/3 pound to ounces**

To calculate a value in pounds to the corresponding value in ounces, just multiply the quantity in pounds by 16 (the conversion factor).

Here is the **formula**:

Supose you want to convert a pound into ounces. In this case you will have:

Value in ounces = 1/3 × 16 = 5.3333333333333

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**What is one third of a pound and a half?**

One third of a pound and a half is a half pound.

**How much would a one pound shoe weigh on mars?**

about a third

**How much is one third of a pound?**

5 1/3 ounces

**How much do you win when your in the third round of the Australian Open?**

54,500 pound

**How much is one third of a pound in grams?**

Approximately 151.3 grams

**How much is one third pound of butter?**

One third a pound of butter should be about 11 tablespoons, or 1 stick plus 3 tablespoons butter.

**How much roast beef per person?**

1 third of a pound per person.

**What is a pound and a half but you only need one- third of it?**

If you are asking what is one-third of a pound and a half, the answer is one-half pound.

**How many 48 oz in pound?**

1 pound = 16 ounces so 1 pound is a third of 48 ounces. That is, there is a third of 48 ounces in a pound.

**How much is two third pound of butter in metric?**

1 pound is 454 gm. – So 2/3 is 302 .666 gm.

**How many ounces is one third of a pound?**

1 pound = 16 ounces so 1 third of a pound =16/3 = 5.33oz.

**How many ounces equal a third of a pound?**

A pound is 16 ounces, so a third of that is about 5.3 ounces.

**What is third quarter of a pound in decimal form?**

0.75 pound

**What is bigger a half pound or a third pound?**

A half of anything is always larger than a third of the same thing.

**What is you third of a pound in grams?**

1/3 pound is about 151.2 grams.

**How many ounces in one third pound?**

There are 4 ounces in one-third pound, since there are 16 ounces in 1lb. Maybe alittle more accurate would be 5.3 ounces in one third pound.

**How much is one third of a pound of butter?**

A third of a pound of butter is approximately 5.33 ounces, or one stick (4oz) plus 2 tablespoons (1 oz) plus 2 teaspoons ( 0.33 oz).

**How many grams are in one-third of a pound?**

1/3 pound is about 151.2g

**What is a 3 of a pound?**

I you mean third of a pound it is 0.33333333333333 This decimal repeats itself.

**How much does a pound of bricks weigh?**

a pound…as much as a pound of feathers. A pound is a pound, after all.

**Is one third of a pound less than a quarter of a pound?**

No. One third of a pound is equal to four-twelfths, while one quarter is equal to three twelfths. So a third is 33% greater than a quarter.

**How many ounces is a third of a pound of hamburger?**

, B.Sc., M.Sc. If you mean a pound as the British unit of currency, it would be 33.333 pence, i.e. either 33p or 34p depending on whether you want to round it up or down. If you mean a pound as a unit of weight, it would be **5.333 ounces (imperial), which equals 0.151 kilos (metric).**

**How many grams is a third of a pound?**

Our ideal burger is 6 ounces, or 1/3 pound. That size will produce a big burger, but not comically big. Plus, by weighing the burgers, you’ll guarantee that they all cook evenly, and everybody gets the same size burger.