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Yes, sack of rice is a count noun:The singular is a sack of rice.The plural is sacks of rice.
That would depend on the size of the sack and the material it is made ot of and how damp that material was. Also if the sack is empty it can not be "of rice" it is just and empty sack!
It depends on how big and how full the sack is. This is essentially like saying "how long does it take to dig a hole?"
sack and feild
1 sack = 1 cwt 1 cwt = 100 lbs cwt is the abbreviation for the term "hundred weight"
These are goods which have the quality of substitutability. In law they are sometimes described as fungible. Basically if you want a pound of rice from a sack of rice, it doesn't matter which grains from the sack you get, because all of the grains in the sack are interchangeable.
In my grocery we have rice in 1 Kg , 3Kg, 5.5 Kg, 6 Kg, 7 Kg and 10 kg.
no of course not
sack and feild
None. That sack is full of carrots.
Well, 36,590 is in 1kilogram so times that by ten and come up with 365,900 grains.
It depends on the size of the sack. A sack is not an international standard measure.
Depends on the size of your 'sack'
the name of it is jonathan and his balls sack teached him
A "sack" is not a standard unit of measure, sacks come in many sizes. Also the contents of a sack may be different, it could be a sack of feathers or a sack of coal both off which would weigh differently. For this reason one can not say in general how many kilograms of stuff are in any sack.
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