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# Does a 2 kilogram bag has twice as much inertia as a 1 kilogram bag?

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Kilogram.

### If a bag of sugar on Earth has a mass of 1 kilogram how much mass will a bag of sugar have on the Moon?

the mass of an object is the same, no matter where it is.

### Which contains more apples a 1 kilogram bag of apples on earth or a 1 kilogram bag on the moon?

If it weighs one kilogram on the moon, it will have about six times as many apples as a bag of 1 kilo apples on earth.

### Which one is bigger pound and kilo?

These are measurements of weight, not size. A kilogram weighs about 2.2 pounds. So a kilogram of sugar is bigger (would take up more space, has more volume) than a pound of sugar. In fact it would be more than twice as big, 2.2 times bigger in fact. But a 1 kilogram bag of sugar would be virtually the same size as a 2.2 lb bag of sugar.

### Is a kilogram big or small?

A killogram is oubout the sise of a large bag of sugar. Kilogram is big.

### Scientists disagree about whether paper bags or plastic bags are less harmful to the environment. Which fact supports the opinion that plastic bags are less harmful than paper bags?

Making a paper bag uses about twice as much oil as making a plastic bag.

### If a bag of popcorn is 99 grams how many kilograms is the bag?

99 grams is 0.099 kilogram.

### How many cups of sugar in a 4kg bag?

A four kilogram bag of white sugar should have about 17.5 cups of sugar in it. If it is a four kilogram bag of brown sugar, then it should have about 20 cups in it.

### How much does a 10 kg bag of nails weigh?

22 pounds. 1 kilogram (kg) of anything weighs about 2.2 pounds.

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### How do you calculate the cost per kilogram of a bag of sugar that' has more than one kilogram?

Divide (the cost of the bag) by (the number of kg it contains). The quotient is the cost "per kg".

### How do you calculate the cost per kilogram of a bag of sugar that has more than one kilogram?

Divide (the cost of the bag) by (the number of kg it contains). The quotient is the cost "per kg".