Q: How many bags of 50kg of rice in a million metric ton?

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Another incomplete question. It depends entirely on the density of either the contents of the bags, or of the bags the bags themselves if the bags are empty. If the bags contain water, then as there are 1000kg of water in 1 cubic metre there would be 20 X 50kg bags.

8.4 beg (per beg 50Kg.) (420kg cement)

1 metric tonne = 1000 kg. 1000 / 50 = 20 bags @ 50 kg.

A metric ton is 1000kg. 1000/40 = 25. 25 bags required.

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One tonne is one thousand kilograms. 1000 / 50 = 20 So you would need 20 50kg bags to make one tonne, 1500 000 / 50 = 3000 Three thousand 50kg bags to make 1500 tonnes.

45.36 metric tons.

Assuming each bag of cement weighs 50 kg (0.05 metric tons), 1 million bags of cement would be equivalent to 50,000 metric tons (1 million bags * 0.05 metric tons).

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There are 1000kg in a metric tonne so divide 1000 by 50 so there are 20 x 50kg in a metric tonne.

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The amount of 50 kilogram bags that will fit into a 40 foot container is dependent upon the size of the bags. 50 kilogram bags of gold will be much smaller than 50 kilogram bags of feathers.

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