how many cups are in 1 pint

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1 US pint = 2 US cups

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0.25 US quart = 1 US cup

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Step2: Find The common [ factors.(CF)
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there are two 3 common between 27 and 18
write them once and multiply. thats ur CF
so
CF= 2x3x3
CF=18
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UCF=15
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