Asked in Fruits and VegetablesWatermelon
Fruits and Vegetables
What is considered a slice of watermelon?
How do you get the learned ninja achievement in fruit ninja?
How many calories are in a slice of watermelon?
HOW MANY CALORIES ARE IN A SLICE OF WATERMELON EACH AVERAGE SIZE SLICE 86 calories in a typical size slice (which is about 1/16th of a watermelon) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 1000-1400 calories in 1 watermelon (depending upon size), so the size of your slice may vary slightly according to the size of the watermelon IF IN DOUBT YOU COULD WEIGH YOUR SLICE 9 calories in each ounce, or 28g For the free calorie charts, showing how many calories you should have in total per day for all foods, and a Calories in Vegetables Chart, and a Calories in Fruits Chart, see the page links given below. Use the charts as daily guides for weight loss, or weight maintenance once you have reached your target weight. HOW MANY CALORIES PER DAY (for weight loss or weight maintenance) THE CALORIES IN VEGETABLES CHART THE CALORIES IN FRUIT CHART 55 people + others elsewhere, found this answer page useful. * Video: Skinny Watermelon Martini -- only 130 calories!
Is watermelon considered a good carb or a bad carb?
Asked in Inventions, Watermelon
When was seedless watermelon invented?
The answer is never! The seedless watermelon is in fact not anything of the sort. On the contrary it has many seeds. I just ate a slice about a few minutes ago and low and behold my seedless watermelon had seeds, albeit edible seeds, but seeds nonetheless. This new fruity invention should be called the watermelon with edible seeds. Of course that doesn't have the same ring as the "seedless watermelon"
Asked in Chemistry
Would a slice if watermelon be homogeneous or heterogeneous?
Asked in Fruits and Vegetables, Watermelon
How do you make a watermelon martini?
Asked in Cakes
Can 170 degrees of cake still be considered a slice of cake?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Watermelon
How do you evenly divide one watermelon among 15 people?
The easiest would be to divide it into sixtenths and throw a piece away. Or, First measure the circumference of the watermelon at its thickest part. Then divide that number by 15. The number you get should be the width of each slice at it's widest point. Proceed to cut the watermelon according to your calculations. BAM! you have even division of a watermelon among 15 people.
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What is one slice of a pie chart that is moved away in Excel?