How many grains of rice in an ounce?
There are 1000 grains in a ounce
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I'm addicted to Freerice.com and just had to know the answer to this. I measured out Uncle Ben's brown rice grains on a gram scale and repeatedly got 50-60 grains of rice per …gram. On the package, 47g is 1/4 cup, so there are 188g of Uncle Ben's in a cup. Multiply 188g times 55 grains and you get 10,340 grains in a cup. I've seen estimates of 1000 grains in a cup elsewhere on the internet, so I suppose it depends on the type of rice we're talking about. Thats probably right that might be why on freerice.com every thousand you get a pic of what you've donated goes to its own group on the left side. I love freerice.com!!!!! newtest3
109 grains of rice
well i would say 80 to a 100
1,305,000 grains per bushel Figure comes from 45 pounds of rice per bushel: 29,000 grains of rice per pound This only works with long grain rice
There is 14,400 grains because there is 2 cups in 16 oz. And there is 7,200 grains in 1 cup. So x2 and there in 14,400.
There are precisely 5,539 grains of rice in a handful.
There are approximately 750-900 grains of rice in one tablespoon, depending on the size of the rice and exact tablespoon measurements.
a lot. About 7,200 grains are in a cup so it depends on how much rice you want. If you want a cup of rice, there would be about 7,000 grains for one plate of rice.
Well from given estimates, the average amount would be 36,590,000 grains of rice
if you want it in kilograms multiply the weight(kg)and 36,590
It depends on the box. It could be anywhere from 0 grains if the box is empty to a billion grains if it's a huge box! Next time you find a box of rice, count how many grains …there are! :D
6000+ na sit also depends on how big the bowl is.
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Rice isn't the best of things to measure by the mil (since mils are usually reserved for liquid measurements). Grain size varies a lot between rice types and within rice types… (Arborio rice is much wider but shorter than long grain rice). An approximation would be around 50-60 grains in 10 ml, but you would be better off finding a different unit of measurement - preferably a unit that measures weight, such as grams or ounces. Volume measures, such as teaspoons may also work for you.
I would have to say half a miligram - one miligram at the most.