One stick, plus an additional half stick of butter equals three quarters cup.
If you're using standard size 4-to-a-pack sticks, it would be 1 1/2 sticks. Each stick equals 1/2 C. of butter.
3/4's what? Cup, pound,ton? Makes a difference. 2 sticks in a cup. 4 sticks in a pound. 8,000 in a ton
that is 3 sticks of butter
1 and a half stick of butter
4 full sticks of butter will be equal to one pound.
One pound of butter has 4 sticks. So two sticks is 8 oz.
There are four sticks in one pound of butter
That is 1.333 sticks
There are 2 cups of butter in one pound. One stick of butter is equal to 1/2 cup. Butter is normally sold in one-pound packages, which contains four sticks (2 cups).
Here in the US, that's two sticks; as four sticks equals one whole pound of butter, or oleo-margarine.
A 1lb butter brick is equal to 2 cups. A pound of butter is usually equal to 4 butter sticks so 1 butter stick is equal to a 1/2 cup. Most butter sticks have measurements printed on the wrapper.
If the block is one pound, which is the most common, it's equal to 4 sticks.
4 sticks of butter add up to 1 lb. (One stick of butter is 1/4 lb.)
In a standard 1 lb. box of butter, there are four 4 oz. sticks.