760 grams equals how many pounds?
About 1.676 pounds for 760g
At 4 deg C and at a pressure of 760 mm of mercury, when water is at its highest density, 1000 grams of water will occupy 1000.028 mL. At all other temperatures (pressure = one atmosphere), it will occupy a greater volume. At 100 deg C it will occupy 1043 mL. However, most people will say 1000 grams of water equals 1000 mL.
1L = 1KG 1000KG = 1 Metric Ton. This is not a coincidence. The unit of measurement of kilogram (kg) is specifically based on the weight of one litre of water. A litre of another liquid, for example gasoline/petrol, weighs only 760 grams or 0.76 kg a liter of water weighs 2.2 pounds. A ton is 2000 pounds. 2000/2.2 = 909.1
There are infinitely many possible answers. Let X be any number less than sqrt(760). and let Y = 760/X then X*Y = X * (760/X) = 760. So for an arbitrary X, there is a number Y such that the pair multiply to 760. Since X is an arbitrary number, there are infinitely many choices for X and so infinitely many answers to the question.
The answer will depend on the temperature and pressure. At the pressure of 1 atmosphere (760 millimetres of mercury), 100 ml of pure water will have a mass of 99.9840 grams at 0 deg C, 99.9972 grams at 4 deg C (its greatest mass), 99.8203 grams at 20 deg C ("room" temperature), 95.84 grams at 100 deg C.
A jar contains 5-gram bolts and 10 gram bolts The contents of the jar weigh 3.8 kg If there are 460 bolts how many 10 gram bolts are there in the jar?
Total weight of the bolts is 3,800 grams, so there would be 380 bolts if each bolt weighed 10 grams, and 760 bolts if each bolt weighed 5 grams. Let x be the quantity of 5 gram bolts and y be the quantity of 10 gram bolts. 5x + 10y = 3800 x = 760 - 2y and x + y = 460 x = 460 - y therefore 760 - 2y = 460…