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The category includes questions about the various ways in which humans measure objects or concepts. This category is also home to conversions between units such as grams to pounds or liters to milliliters.
There is no rule here. More protection is a personal choice. An athletic store or a teammate can help you choose the right one.   i dont think that they would have to, but definatley wear a cup. i know catchers have to but pitchers should because a teammate was pitching without a cup and got …
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Verually all of it!! It takes only a small amount of fuel to drive the other components such as the generator, aircon pump, water pump etc.   About 20% of fuel is used to move the car, the rest is lost to the atmosphere in wasted heat!
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The formula for figuring out the amount of gallons is on the back of pool chemical containers. I am not sure what the formula is for an oval.   Check here: http://www.poolspa.com/calculator/   If the pool floor slopes uniformly from end to end, the average depth can be found by adding …
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The PSI is whatever the incoming pressure is from the city water supply. The 1.5 gallons per minute is what the flow restrictor allows to flow from the fixture.
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Weight of a Gallon of Salt Water See the web links below this answer for an automatic calculator that will give you the density of water at whatever temperature and salinity you want. Once you know the density, it is easy to figure out how much a gallon weighs ( 1 m3 = 264.17 gallons, and 1 kg = 2.2…
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That question should probably be phrased differently. Gallons are a measure of volume. So are cubic inches and cubic feet. There are 231 cubic inches in one 1 gallon of fluid, and if that fluid is water, then it weighs 8.32 pounds. There is no such thing as a cubic gallon.Cubic is a term that implie…
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Propane weighs about 4.2 pounds per US gallon at 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Propane expands 1.5% per 10 degrees F.
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Answer 16 oz. There are 16 dry ounces to the pound. Don't confuse the dry ounce -- a measure of weight -- with the fluid ounce, which is a measure of volume. (There are 16 fluid ounces to the pint.)
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Equivalent? Equivalent in what way? Gasoline and water are two entirely different chemical compounds. They have dissimilar physical and chemical properties because, well, they are different. Perhaps you are referring specifically to the weight of a gallon of each. If so, then the weight of a gall…
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Weight of Oil One gallon of oil is 6-8 pounds depending on density. If you assume SAE 10W-30 oil; density is 875 grasm/litre = 1.929 pounds per litre = 7.3 pounds per US gallon. Answer Assume SAE 10W-30 oil; density is 875 grasm/litre = 1.929 pounds per litre = 7.3 pounds per US gallon. …
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One US cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces (8 OZ).MeasuringIf you cook, buy a set of dry ingredient measuring cups to accurately determine volumes. The avoirdupois "ounce" is weight, not volume.
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Freon is a brand name coined by Dupont. Most residential ac's use R-22 currently. Cost to the consumer is going to be around $39.80/lb. Capacity is going to vary by size of unit and different condenser/coil combinations. The average, if there is one, would be around 4 lbs. Another answer $40 a poun…
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As a rough guide engine oil usually weighs about 0.87 kg/litre or about 7.2 pounds per US gallon. Unfortunately a rough answer is the best that can be done as there are hundreds of different types of engine oil with slightly different densities. To get an exact density we would have to know the det…
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There are four ounces in half a cup.
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Answer A gram is one thousandth of a kilogram. A pound of sugar (or a pound of anything) is about 453.6 grams.
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One gram of sugar1 teaspoon= 4 grams therefore 1/4 teaspoon= 1 gram 1 gram = 0.03527 ounces = 0.0022 pound 1 gram of sugar equals 4 calories There are 3-4 grams of sugar in a packet of sugar More "Sugar info": One cup of granulated sugar is 200 gramsAccording to a NY Times article about sugar con…
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There are approximately 28.35 gm (grams) of the metric system in one oz (ounce) of the British Imperial and US Standards for weights and measures. Here's a formula for you to use: 1 oz=28.34952313 g 1 avoirdupois ounce = 28.35 gm 1 troy ounce = 31.10 gm (Troy ounces are used for weighing gold,…
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1 gallon of regular water weighs about 8 1/3 pounds (8.345 pounds) This is about 3.785 kilograms. 1 US gallon= 3.785 l Density of water= 1 kg/l density= mass/volume 1 kg/l = m/ 3.785 l m = 3.785 kg Weight= mg= 3.785 kg*9.81 m/s2=37.1 kg*m/s2=37.1 N = 8.34 pounds *For the UK or Imperial gallo…
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Unfortunately there is no general answer because pound is a measurement of weight and cup is a measurement of volume. It depends on what you're measuring. For example: For water 1 cup = 8 fluid ounces = 8 ounces weight = 0.5 pounds. So 2 cups water weighs 1 pound. But this only works for water. Su…
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in one cup there is 140g of butter
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Accurate conversion from grams to cups is possible only for water, which is how weight and volume are related in the metric system. The following conversion will yield too much of a solid more dense (heavier) than water, and too little of a solid less dense (lighter) than water. First convert gram…
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8.35 pounds.Because ice is a solid, technically you cannot measure ice using gallon as the units. However, a gallon of water that has turned to ice will have the same weight before and after freezing. This will not be true if the temperature is lowered even further or the ice is under pressure.At 4 …
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One gram of granulated sugar is about 1/4 teaspoon, so about four grams of sugar would be in a teaspoon. If you are measuring with an actual teaspoon and have it slightly heaping (much like you might for putting sugar in tea or coffee) my scale has consistently given me 7.5 grams on average.
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That depends! It depends on how much ice you have! If you have one kilogram of water, and then freeze it you will have one kilogram of ice. If you are thinking about density (how much volume one kilogram of ice occupies) then it expands as it freezes. 1 litre/gallon of ice weighs less than an id…
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By definition, there are 10,000 square meters in a hectare. A hectare is a unit of measure for an area, and is used throughout much of the world in much the same way as an acre is used in the United States. There are 2.471044 acres in a hectare, making a hectare almost 2.5 times larger than an acre.…
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It depends on what you are measuring in the cup. A cup is a measure of volume, but a dry ounce is a measure of weight. Depending on the density of the material you are going to have in the cup, the weight in ounces of the material will vary. For example, if you fill the cup with lead, the cup will w…
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There are 55 gallons in a drum and 42 gallons (1 U.S. gallon = 3.78541178 liters) in a barrel (i.e., 1 barrel = 158.9872948 liters). Originally there were 40 gallons to a barrel. However, that was changed in the mid-19th century to give a little extra so consumers wouldn't feel "cheated." A little…
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Gallons per cubic footOne cubic foot contains 7.48 U.S.gallons of water. One U.S. gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds, so one cubic foot of water weighs 62.38 lbs.Since one gallon equals 128 fluid ounces, a cubic foot of water contains 7.48 x 128 fluid ounces, or 957.44 ounces.
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Answer Processed sugar is not necessary at all in anyone's daily diet. It should be avoided. Our body gets enough carbohydrates from ordinary foods and converts raw carbs to sugars as needed. Grains, fruits, and other carbs provide enough(sometimes too much) sugars as is. Dried fruits such a…
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There are 128 fluid ounces in 1 US gallon. There are 160 fluid ounces in 1 UK gallon.
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One fluid ounce of water weighs 1.043 dry ounces or 0.0652 pounds, and is 29.574 grams. This is ONLY true of WATER. A fluid ounce of another substance WILL NOT WEIGH THE SAME AMOUNT! A fluid ounce is measure of volume, and a dry ounce is a measure of weight.Additionally, a gram or kilogram is a meas…
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Weight of cubic meter of water A cubic meter of pure water at four degrees Celsius has a mass of 1,000 kilograms, or one tonne (a metric ton). The temperature of the water is significant because the density of water varies with temperature. It is at its densest at four degrees Celsius. One thousand…
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It depends on the density, and what the liquid is. One liter of water at 4°C will weigh 1000 grams; this is the temperature at which water is densest. If the liquid is alcohol, which is less dense than water, there will be fewer grams in a liter.A litre is a measure of volume, grams are a measure o…
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While on the face of it a pound of feathers would seem to weigh the same as a pound of gold, this overlooks the fact that gold is universally weighed using a different definition of 'pound' than that used for most other materials. Precious metals such as gold are measured in troy weight. A troy po…
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The cubic meter is the metric unit of volume. Cubic meter is the SI unit of volume. It makes no difference whether the volume is occupied by a solid, a liquid, a gas, or a mixture of them, or is empty. Because of subtle differences in the way the density of water is defined [ρ = 1 g/cc at water'…
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A litre is a unit of volume and a kilogram is a unit of mass (weight). You can not directly equate different units of measurement. The Units are not compatible, It depends upon the substance. The weight of a liter of a substance varies with the substance and, to a small extent, its temperature. A…
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Kilograms in Two LitersHere are opinions and answers from WikiAnswers Contributors:This is a trick question. The kilogram is a unit of mass or weight, while the liter is a unit of liquid volume. In Canada we've used the Metric System since 1977. To compare your question to one using units in the the…
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One cubic foot contains about 7.48052 US gallons or 6.229 Imperial gallons.
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1 grams = 0.0352739619 ounces1 ounces = 28.3495231 grams0.035 ounces per gram. the formula that you may seek: 1 g*1 oz 28.34952313 g=0.03527396195 oz
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458.7 pounds Since a gallon of water weighs approximately 8.34 pounds, 55 gallons weigh 55 x 8.34 = 458.7 pounds.
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If you are asking for a mass measurement of 1 cup raw sugar you will be looking at about 8.8oz and in grams 275g. You need the density of sugar to make this calculation which for granulated sugar is 52.77 pounds/cubic foot multiply by 453.6 grams/pound multiplied by 8 fluid ounces/cup. Divided this…
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Much smaller than that. A grain of rice would have a volume of just a few cubic millimetres.
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A scale We measure mass directly; there is a "massometer." But we do have scales, which measure weight, which is directly proportional to mass. (Hyper-technically speaking, mass is a property of matter equal to its resistance to a change in speed or direction of travel.) The mass of an object is the…
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the denisty of water is 1000 kilograms per cubic meter. since there are 0.3048 meters in every foot, and roughly .454 kilograms in every pound the conversion works out to 62.42796 pounds of water per every cubic foot so for 1 cubic foot of water there is 62.43 pounds.
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on the drivers side under the air intake, more specifically there are two one is under and the other is behind the carberator assy. the best way to get to the sensor is to remove the air intake and carborator, i have a 92' 3800se and that's where i found mine...if you do remove the carborator be pre…
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In the US, 1 cup = 8 fluid ounces (*not identical to the avoirdupois ounce which is weight) In the US, one standard measuring cup contains 8 fluid ounces, but there is also a dry measure using the term cup, equal to 8 ounces. The UK cup is equal to 10 Imperial ounces, which are equal to 0.96 US ou…
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There are 8 oz. in one cup.
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Answer There are 225 grams in one cup of butter.
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In a US gallon... 128 ounces Both US gallons and "Imperial" (UK) gallons contain 8 pints - but the US pint is 16 fluid ounces while the Imperial pint is 20 fluid ounces. So if you're working in Imperial gallons the answer is 160 fluid ounces. It's quite a big difference so worth double-checking wh…
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17.10 Gallons call Honda
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It is metric not customary because the usa doesnt use it ++= Doesn't it? Oh yes it is. Almost all of the rest of world does, I'll have you know! And so do American engineers and scientists, especially when engaged in international projects.
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Get a load of this... There is an exact unit of volume called the butt. See Webster's dictionary: Butt: a measure of liquid capacity equal to 126 gallons or two hogs heads. From another dictionary: An English butt is 2 hogshead of 54 imperial gallons each or ~129.7 US gallons (i.e., a UK butt is ap…
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Picture in your mind a cube that measures one foot -- that is, one linear foot -- on each edge. That represents a volume equal to one cubic foot. Since one linear foot equals 12 (linear) inches, the cube measures 12 inches wide by 12 inches deep by 12 inches high. To compute the volume in cubic inch…
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It's the same amount as the amount of regular inches in a regular foot; 12.A cubic foot contains 1,728 cubic inches.
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There are four quarts in one gallon. Here is the breakdown: 2 cups in a pint 2 pints in a quart 4 quarts in a gallon
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Well, at least he didn't ask whether a pound of lead or a pound of feathers is heavier.   Um, this is a joke, right? A pound of anything, from feathers to stones, weighs a pound. In case it's a typo, and you meant to ask another question, a pint (two cups) of water weighs just under a pound, …
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1 litre = 1.759753986 pint [UK] 1 litre = 1.816165957 pint [US, dry] 1 litre = 2.11337641 pint [US, liquid] 1l = 2.2 pints
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1 US fluid ounce = 29.5735296 milliliters So take the number of ounces and multiply by 29.5735296 to get the number of milliliters. Another answer: To see how many milliliters are in an ounce measurement and vice versa, try the Online Conversion link in the 'Related Links' for this question. This s…
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1 cup = 16 tablespoons 1 tablespoon = 1/16 of a cup (0.0625 cups) See the Related Questions for more conversions! Algebraically: 1 tablespoons*1 c 16 tablespoons=0.0625 c
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Dry versus liquid measures The fact that there are 16 fluid ounces (oz.) in a pint (8 oz. to the cup) and 16 dry oz. to the pound leads to all sorts of confusion and mistakes in recipes. Further, it is quite common for recipes to specify an amount of a dry substance in liquid units: a cup of choppe…
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1 inch equals 2.54 centimeters. 159 centimeters equals 62.5984 inches. 1 foot equals 30.48 centimeters. 159 centimeters equals 5.21654 fee. 159 centimeters equals 5 feet 2.2 inches. 159 centimeters = 62.6 inches
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128 ounces 1 US fluid gallon = 128 US fluid ounces One US gallon = 128 fluid ounces. 1 U.S. gallon = 128 fluid ounces It also depends on which 'gallon' to which you are referring. There is the U.S. liquid gallon (3.79 liters) and the U.S. dry gallon (3.4 liters), and there is the imperial gallon (4…
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Uh, it's exactly 200 feet!If you are looking to convert feet into some other unit of length, you can use the link below or use the Google Calculator, which can be found at http://www.google.com/intl/en/help/features.html#calculator. Addendum: Did you want a sense of scale? Two hundred feet is the …
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The money we make, area we live in and bills determine our standard of living. If you make $50,000 and live in rural Idaho, then you are considered 'well-off' and comfortable. If you make the same amount of money, but live in Seattle, then you are considered barely afloat and probably poor. Housing…
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One US gallon is 3.79 L, so it would weigh from 2.69 kg to 2.91 kg, or from 5.92 to 6.42 lbs. One Imperial gallon is 4.55 L, so it would weigh from 3.23 kg to 3.50 kg or from 7.12 lbs. to 7.72 lbs.
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96 4runner engine oil capacityi have myself a 1996 Toyota 4runner with 3.4l engine. this engine is called 5VZ-FE. i do have an original manual book for the car and that is what is says. if you change the oil with the filter it will take 5.2 quarts. if you do a change without replacing a filter - 4.9…
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Answer A one foot liquid head of water will exert a force of 1.04167 psi. 27.7 inches of water = 1 psig... Mean and dirty 1foot=1/2psig
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15.35 fluid ounces of water weigh one pound. A fluid ounce of water weighs 1.0425 avoirdupois ounces (weight). Or, 0.9592 av oz (weight) of water equals 1 fluid oz (volume). Formulas: 1 pound (16 av oz) / 1.0425 av oz per fluid oz = 15.35 fluid oz. 1 pound (16 av oz) * .9592 fluid oz per av oz …
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Ounces to ounces It depends on the density of the liquid. One fluid ounce is actually a measure of volume, not of weight. Thus a fluid ounce of, say, molten lead would weigh more than a fluid ounce of water. For instance... If you're converting water, 1 U.S. fluid ounce of water has a mass of ro…
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16 ounces  Last night when the market closed, it was worth almost 50 cents, but more than 49 cents,U.S.       16 oz
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1 pound = 0.4535923744953 kilograms Take the number of pounds and MULTIPLY by 0.4535923744953 to convert to the number of kilograms. An easier way would be to take the number of pounds and DIVIDE by 2.2 to convert to the number of kilograms. See Related LinksSee the Related Link for "OnlineConve…
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1 ounce = 28.34952 gramsIn this context, "ounce" means the unit of mass, not "fluid ounce", which is a unit of volume (typically of a liquid).
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1 mL = 1 gram. The above is only approximately true and only for pure water at a specific temperature. The reference given below shows that the value is always slightly less than 1. Originally the gram was defined so that it was exactly equal to water at 4 degrees Centigrade but this changed when th…
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1100 grams = 38.801 ounces or 2.43 pounds.
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1 liter = 33.8140226 US fluid ounces1 US fluid ounce = 0.0295735297 liters Note that this is for fluid ounces, not dry ounces. A fluid ounce is a measure of volume, just like a liter is. A dry ounce is a measure of weight. The weight of one liter of a substance depends on its density. So it depends …
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1 gallon [US, liquid] = 128 ounce [US, liquid]1 Imperial gallon = 160 Imperial fluid ounces
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Five US gallons = 640 US fluid ouncesFive UK gallons = 800 UK fluid ounces
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640 ounces in 5 gallons
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This kind of conversion cannot be made. A pound of something refers to its weight. A gallon of something refers to its volume. If you want to know how many pounds of water there are in a one gallon container, the answer is 8.35 pounds. If you want to know how many pounds of liquid mercury would fit …
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There are 28.35 grams in one ounce. Which works out to 454 grams in a pound.  More Opinions 500 grams to 1 pound, 16 ounces to 1 pound, equals 31.25 grams to an ounce. 1 ounce = 28.3495231 grams. 1 pound = 453.59237 grams. 1 cubic centimeter of water weighs 1 gram. 28.35 grams. There are …
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3 Teaspoons per Tablespoon (metric and US)4 teaspoons to a tablespoon (UK)
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There are three teaspoons to one tablespoon.1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons. To convert a value in tablespoons to teaspoons, multiply by 3.
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A US liquid quart is smaller than a liter: One US liquid quart equals .95 liter; one liter equals 1.06 US liquid quarts.A US dry quart and a UK quart are larger than a liter:One US dry quart equals 1.1 liter; one liter equals .91 US dry quarts. One UK quart equals 1.14 liter; one liter equals .88 q…
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It is relative to the amount of water and the weight of the glass. Obviously, an eight ounce glass of water would weigh 8 ounces plus the weight of the glass. <><><> The weight of a glass of water depends on the amount of water in the glass. A common size of water glass holds 8 …
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Answer #1: This question is easier to solve by first converting the volume to cubic centimetres (millilitres), because 1 millilitre of water weighs 1 gram and 1 litre weighs 1 kilogram. 1 ft is 30.48 cm. 1 ft * 1 ft * 1 ft = 30.48 cm * 30.48 cm * 30.48 cm = 28,316.8466 cm3 Now, we divide th…
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1 US gallon = 3.785411784 liters. 1 Imperial (UK) gallon = 4.54609188 liters. 1 liter = 0.26417205 US gallons 1 liter = 0.21996919 Imperial (UK) gallons Conversion to other units: 1 gallon [US, liquid] = 4 US quarts exactly 0.133681 ft3 and 128.000 fluid ounces and 0.003785 m3 and 3785.411…
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About the "e" in package labelsIt is used in conjunction with weights and measures to indicate compliance with EC (European Community) regulations. Source: The oxford English Reference Dictionary.
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About 0.083 pound per cubic footThe density of oxygen at STP (Standard Temperature & Pressure) is 1.331 kilograms per cubic meter. Divide that by 35.3147 to get 0.03769 kilogram per cubic foot, which is equivalent to 0.08307 pound per cubic foot or 1.33 ounces per cubic foot.1.429 grammes per li…
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8 It will vary depending on what you are weighing.
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Answer You are asking how much mass there is in the volume of a substance. Not all fats are created equal... What kind of fat? Another Answer 1 teaspoon of fat has about 5 grams or 45 calories.
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11-14 depending on the fat. The specific gravity of the fat x 14.8 g/tsp water = g/tsp of the fat. fats range from about 0.76 sp.g. to 0.95 sp.g.
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Approximately 56 pounds per cubic foot for a dry formulation such as MAP (monoammonium phosphate).
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1 kg of feathers vs. 1 kg of bricks Kilograms are a measure of mass, not weight (weight is a type of force, which is measured in newtons or pounds-force). It depends entirely on where you measure them, but if measured in the exact same place, they would weigh exactly the same too.Other answers hav…
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63,360! Quite a bit isn't it?
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Answer You should never diet..you should change your lifestyle. There is no need to crash the diet if you want to lose your weight without any problem .
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A litre is 10cm x 10cm x 10cm so it's 0.001 cubic metres. That means 100L will be 0.1 cubic metres. That's the same as 6102 cubic inches or 3.53 cubic feet. Another way to look at this is: 100L = 100*1000mL. 1mL = 1cc (cubic centimeter). Thus, 100L = 100*1000cc = 100 cubic decimeter = 0.1 cubic me…
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