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A Troy pound is a mass unit used to measure precious metals. There are 12 troy ounces in every troy pound. One troy pound is equal to 373 grams. Thus there are 31.08 grams in a troy ounce. If gold is $925.00 per ounce, a pure gold (24k or 999.9 fine) gram would be worth $29.76

There are 1000 grams in one kilogram. Therefore, 373 grams is equal to 373/1000 = 0.373 kilograms.

1 Troy Pound = 373 grams 1 Pound = 454 grams

This a a 4 troy ounce ingot in a particularly pleasing form. The accurate answer is however much you can find a buyer willing to pay. The value of the material is only part of the total value, and fluctuates from minute to minute - as of the time I am responding to the question (spot at US $27.01), the silver content (124 grams or 4 troy ounces) is worth $108.04.*Note that one fourth of a troy pound is approximately 93.4 grams (3 troy ounces). A troy pound is approximately 373 grams... 12 troy ounces. Silver is always measured and sold by TROY weight. This is actually a third of a pound of silver, for any that care...

A kilogram (kg) is 1000 grams, therefore 373 grams is .373 kg.

This is a favoured trick question of teachers since time immemorial, the joke is of course that they both weigh a pound, so they both weigh the same. The pounds and ounces that are used to weigh gold are a different size from those used for everyday objects like feathers. Gold, along with other precious metal and gems, is weighed in "Troy" ounces, everything else is weighed in avoirdupois ounces. A troy ounce is bigger than a normal ounce. Troy ounces weigh 31.10 grams, whereas an avoirdupois ounce weighs 28.35 grams. This means an ounce of gold is heavier than an ounce of feathers by 2.75 grams. But, while there are sixteen ounces in an avoirdupois pound, there are only twelve ounces in a troy pound. This means that a pound of feathers weighs 454 grams, and a pound of gold weighs 373 grams. So that the pound of feathers is 81 grams heavier than the pound of gold.

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If you are dealing with Avoirdupois ounces and pounds (commonly used): Divide by sixteen. 16oz = 1lb. (454 g)If you are dealing with Troy ounces and pounds (commonly used for precious metals): Divide by twelve. 12oz = 1lb. (373 g)

1000 g = 1 kg → 373 g = 373 ÷ 1000 kg = 0.373 kg

A pound is a pound no matter what substance. so the answer would be 16Answer:A Troy pound is used to weigh silver and gold, it has 12 ounces and a mass of 373 g. An Avoirdupois pound is used for everything else. It has 16 ounces and a mass of 454 g.16

588 + 373 + 866 = 1827

373 g = 0.373 kgTO convert from g to kg, divide by 1000.

373 grams = 0.373 kilograms.

There are 1.609344 kilometres in one mile. Therefore, 373 miles is equal to 373 x 1.609344 = 600.285312 kilometres.

373/13 x 100 = 2869.230769 recurring (that is, 2869.230769230769...). Therefore, 373 is equal to 2869.230769 recurring percent of 13.

373 K = 100Â° C = boiling point of water = 212Â° F

373 k = 100 degrees Celsius

no u subtract 273.15 from the kelvin number to get the Celsius number so 373- 273.15 is equal to 99.75 that should be the answer.

212 f, 373 k

212 f & 373 k

373ºF = 189.4ºC

That is correct.

> neither, they both weigh 2,000 pounds > > They both weigh the same. They're both a ton. > The above is not complete. Gold is measured using the Troy system of weights where the ounce is heavier but there's less of them per pound. 1 Avoirdupois ounce = 28.3 grams (Feathers) 1 Troy ounce = 31.1 grams (Gold) There are 12 Troy Ounces is a Troy Pound. There are 16 Avoirdupois Ounces in a Avoirdupois Pound 453 grams in a Avoirdupois pound. 373 grams in a Troy Pound So the Avoirdupois pound is heavier. a troy ton is 2450 troy pounds or 913 kg a Avoirdupois ton has 2 weights, the short ton and the long ton. (note: in the US "short ton" is known as ton and long ton is mostly unused, also known as the imperial ton) a short ton, 907 kg (2000lbs) a long ton is 1016 kg (2240 lbs) So, a short ton of feathers weighs less than a ton of gold, a long ton of feathers weighs more than a ton of gold. Fun times. Unless of course you're referring to the metric ton which is 1000 kg (2205 lbs). In which case they are the same weight.

373 mL is about the same as 12 fl oz, or 1.5 cups (8 oz + 4 oz).

kilo = 1000kilogram = 1000g373g = 0.373kg