Conversion number between **jigger (bartending)** and
**strike (US)** is **0.00062941919485496**.
This means, that jigger (bartending) is smaller unit than strike (US).

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from **strike (US)** to **jigger (bartending)** conversion

jigger (bartending) |

Result in **strike (US)**

- 1 jigger (bartending) = (exactly) `(4.436029434375*10^-05) / (0.07047814033376)` =
**0.00062941919485496**strike (US) - 1 strike (US) = (exactly) `(0.07047814033376) / (4.436029434375*10^-05)` =
**1588.7662914863**jigger (bartending) - ? jigger (bartending) × `(4.436029434375*10^-05 ("m³"/"jigger (bartending)")) / (0.07047814033376 ("m³"/"strike (US)"))` =
**?**strike (US)

If conversion between **jigger (bartending) to cubic-metre** and **cubic-metre to strike (US)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from jigger (bartending) to strike (US) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

jigger (bartending)Result in

Start value: | [jigger (bartending)] |

Step size | [jigger (bartending)] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

visual:

jigger (bartending) | strike (US) |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

10 | 0.0062941919485496 |

20 | 0.012588383897099 |

30 | 0.018882575845649 |

40 | 0.025176767794198 |

50 | 0.031470959742748 |

60 | 0.037765151691298 |

70 | 0.044059343639847 |

80 | 0.050353535588397 |

90 | 0.056647727536946 |

100 | 0.062941919485496 |

110 | 0.069236111434045 |

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Convert **Jigger (bartending) to other unit:**

### jigger (bartending)

Definition of jigger (bartending) unit: ≡ 1 1⁄2 US fl oz. A jigger or measure is a bartending tool used to measure liquor, which is typically then poured into a cocktail shaker.

Convert **Strike (US) to other unit:**

### strike (US)

Definition of strike (US) unit: ≡ 2 bu (US lvl). US strike is unit of volume equivalent to two US level bushels = 0.07047814033376 m³

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