16 ounces equal to a pound
Since 16 ounces equal one pound, 16 ounces would go into 80 pounds 80 times.
A quarter of a pound goes into 4 ounces , 16 ounces go into each pound.
16 ounces equals one pound
There will be none. There are 16 ounces in a pound. Unless you are talking troy ounces and then it is 12 ounces to a pound.
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).
1 pound = 16 ounces2 pounds = 32 ounces
One pound per 16 ounces.
If you're talking about dry (avoirdupois) ounces then there are 16 ounces per pound. With 28.3495 grams per dry ounce you will have 1 pound = 16 ounces = 453.592 grams. How many times does 7 grams go into 453.592 grams? (453.592/7)=64.798857. So just under 65 seven grams go into a pound.
A pound is 16 ounces. So no pounds can go into 9 ounces.
16 ounces to a lb So 4240 lb = 67840 ounces
16 oz (ounces) = 1 lb (pound)
(6,040 pounds) x (16 ounces per pound) = 96,640ounces
400 ounces go into 25 lb.
18 pounds is 288 ounces. (16oz per pound)
4 pounds is 64 ounces.
128/40=3.2. No calculator?
9.4815 times (rounded)
3 times because 1 pound is the same as 6 tons
128 oz. One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flour or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce."
It goes 2,1331/3 times.
175 ounces is 10.9375 pounds.
Approximately 28 times
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
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.