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Q: A gallon of milk weighs about how many kg?

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Gallon is a unit of volume, Kg is a unit of weight (mass). 1 Gallon = 3.7854118 liters Considering a liter weighing 1 Kg (water for instance), then a gallon weighs 3.7854118 Kg.

This depends on the substance you are measuring. If you are measuring water:1 US gallon weighs 3.78541178 kg1 UK (Imperial) gallon weighs 4.54609118 kg

I'd say around eight pounds. Milk has a density between 1.02 and 1.05 grams/milliliter, so US gallon of milk would weigh between 8.5 to 8.8 pounds. In the imperial system of measure the weight of a Gallon of WATER is 10 Pound. MILK weighs very close to the same as water. In the Metric system, 1gallon equals 4.54 LITRE and weighs 4.54 Kliogram. The correct answer is therefore either 10 pound weight or 4.54 Kg weight. Remember that for WATER, the number of Litres you have, is always the SAME as the number of Kg that it weighs.

The answer is 4,82 kg for an US gallon.

Density of Cast Iron is 7700 kg/m3. So 1 gallon weighs around 64.25 lbs.

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Gallons of what? Different liquids have different weights. A gallon of water weighs 3.7854118 kilograms. A gallon of milk weighs 3.89 kilgrams. A gallon of gasoline weighs 2.835 kilograms. A gallon of ethanol weighs 2.987 kg. A gallon of mercury weighs 51.2165976 kilograms.

One gallon of water weighs about 3.783 kg

A gallon of milk. Milk is denser than water, and water is 1kg per litre. Since 1 pound is equal to 0.45359237 kg, and a gallon is much more than a litre, a gallon of milk must weigh more than a pound. A gallon of milk weighs 8.6 pounds, 860% the weight of a pound of flour.

An Imperial gallon weighs 4.536 kg, so 100 gallons weighs 453.6 kg. A U.S.A. gallon weighs 3.79 kg, so 100 U.S.A. gallons weighs 379.0 kg.

Gallon is a unit of volume, Kg is a unit of weight (mass). 1 Gallon = 3.7854118 liters Considering a liter weighing 1 Kg (water for instance), then a gallon weighs 3.7854118 Kg.

This depends on the substance you are measuring. If you are measuring water:1 US gallon weighs 3.78541178 kg1 UK (Imperial) gallon weighs 4.54609118 kg

I'd say around eight pounds. Milk has a density between 1.02 and 1.05 grams/milliliter, so US gallon of milk would weigh between 8.5 to 8.8 pounds. In the imperial system of measure the weight of a Gallon of WATER is 10 Pound. MILK weighs very close to the same as water. In the Metric system, 1gallon equals 4.54 LITRE and weighs 4.54 Kliogram. The correct answer is therefore either 10 pound weight or 4.54 Kg weight. Remember that for WATER, the number of Litres you have, is always the SAME as the number of Kg that it weighs.

5 kg weighs 11.0231 pounds ... same as [ 1 and 1/3rd gallon ] of water.

I'd say around eight pounds. Milk has a density between 1.02 and 1.05 grams/milliliter, so US gallon of milk would weigh between 8.5 to 8.8 pounds. In the imperial system of measure the weight of a Gallon of WATER is 10 Pound. MILK weighs very close to the same as water. In the Metric system, 1gallon equals 4.54 LITRE and weighs 4.54 Kliogram. The correct answer is therefore either 10 pound weight or 4.54 Kg weight. Remember that for WATER, the number of Litres you have, is always the SAME as the number of Kg that it weighs.

Butter milk

Approx. 4,4 kg for one imperial gallon.

a gallon The density of milk is variable but as a mean value is 1,03 g/cm3. The US gallon has 3 3785,411 784 mL; so the mass of milk is 34,8 kg or 76,72 lb.

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