The two are two different measurement scales. 80 grams are 8 decagrams and 4/5 of a hectogram. So it is 4 cups because 2 decagrams= 1 cup so 8= 4 cups.

Approximately 6 1/2 cups. 1 cup of sifted flour weighs approximately 100 grams.* *This can vary from 80 grams to 160 grams due to improper measuring, compacting or a lack of sifting, but generally, this is close.

80 grams of granulated, white sugar is a bit less than of a cup of sugar. You need about 225 grams to equal one cup. 80 grams of light or dark brown sugar also equals a little less than a 1/2 cup. You need about 200 grams to equal one cup. 80 grams of powdered sugar is about equal to 1 cup.

The transformation is not possible. The cup is a unit for volume, not for mass. You need the density of the material. The metric cup is eqivalent to 250 mL; in different countries other volumes are valid.

How many cups are in 420 grams depends on the product in question. For instance, 420 grams of sugar is nearly equal to 2 cups while 420 grams of coconut is roughly 4 cups.

225 grams of flour is .95 cups. The formula to convert grams to cups is 1 gram = 0.00423. So, you would multiply how many grams you have by 0.00423 to find out how many cups you need.