Since 16 ounces equal one pound, 16 ounces would go into 80 pounds 80 times.

A pound is 16 ounces. So no pounds can go into 9 ounces.

(6,040 pounds) x (16 ounces per pound) = 96,640ounces

256 ounces is 16 pounds.

A quarter of a pound goes into 4 ounces , 16 ounces go into each pound.

Remember that 16 ounces go into a pound so take 384 ounces and divide that by 16. You get 24 ounces (obviously change the ounces to pounds). You have 24 pounds left over. -Tychusfindlay919

1 pound = 16 ounces so 10 pounds = 16*10 = 160 ounces. So 5 ounces will go into it 32 times. Just go to online-calculator.com It is true(unless you include the decimal).

Multiply by 2.204622622 to get the number in pounds. So 2.67 * 2.204622622 = 5.886342401 pounds. To go from pounds to ounces you multiply by 16. So 5.886342401 * 16 = 94.18147841 ounces.

1 pound = 16 ounces2 pounds = 32 ounces

832 ounces in 52 pounds.

112 ounces is 7 pounds.

2 pounds = 32 ounces

90 pounds is 1,440 ounces.

576 ounces is 36 pounds.

4 pounds is 64 ounces.

Go to ask.com and type in the words pounds to ounces to find the answer. 1.9 pounds is equal to 30.4 ounces.

The most important step in the process is gathering the information you need, and themost important information you need is the fact that there are 16 ounces in one pound.Once you know that, you are instantly empowered. You can go forth throughout theland, and to all the inhabitants thereof, and solve all of their questions that involvepounds and ounces. 1 pound = 16 ounces. It's really a great thing to know.1 pound = 16 ounces2 pounds = 32 ounces3 pounds = 48 ounces4 pounds = 64 ounces5 pounds = 80 ounces6 pounds = 96 ouncesFor your problem, just take the 96 ounces in 6 pounds, and add on the extra 4 ounces.6 pounds + 4 ounces = 100 ounces1 pound = 16 ounces6 pounds = 96 ounces96 + 4 = 100 ounces which is equal to 6 pounds 4 ouncesThere are 16 ounces in a pound. 6x16 = 9696 +4 = 100There are 100 ounces in 6 pounds 4 ounces.

18 pounds is 288 ounces. (16oz per pound)

4 pounds go into 64 ounces.

16 ounces equal to a pound

well every 16 ounces equal 1 pound, so it is almost have of that 7/16 = .4375 so u could round that up two about .43 witch for the answer is 7 ounces equals .43 pounds! hunter anwserd this question (go lakeside)

16 oz = 1 lbThere are always 16 ounces in a pound.So 22 pounds is 22x16 = 352 oz.

One pound contains 16 ounces, and 16 divided by four is 4. This fraction can be expressed by the fraction 4/16, which is 1/4 when reduced to lowest terms. Therefor, 4 ounces is equal to only 1/4 of a full pound.

15 pounds is 240 ounces.

-- Remember, or look up, that 16 ounces makes one pound. -- Figure out how many times 16 ounces go into 320 ounces. You should use long division to do that. -- The answer is not usually important, particularly in school, but it's a good way to show whether or not you worked the problem correctly. If you don't get [ 20 pounds ] for an answer, then you should work through this one again.

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