10000 boxes to get 10000 boxes!
That would depend on what the paper clip is made of. Plastic paper clips would be insulators, metal paper clips would be conductors.
10 paper clips is 7.5 inches, so 7.5X100,000= A million paper clips
Paper clips come in different sizes. A million two-inch paper clips would be two million inches long.
The answer depends on the size (capacity) of the boxes.
I would suggest you get a sample of 100 paper clips (count them), weigh them, then multiply the result with 54.38. If the weight of the 100 paper clips is too low to get an accurate reading, count off a larger number, and weigh them. In this case, of course, you would have to multiply by a smaller factor.
Yes they would but only if the average weight of all the paper clips was 1 gram each.
There are just over 2557 ounces in 72.5 kilograms, so you would need 2558 paper clips.
Slightly fewer than 1000.
What if there was a magnet glove that would work for the paper clips and stuff that would be really cool
Most paper clips are made from steel. You could make a paper clip out of copper, but the cost would be higher for something that would do the same job.
they would both weigh the same as they are both one pound!!
paper clips do not weigh much, perhaps a gram each, so 10 weigh about 10 grams, so you would use grams, not kilograms, since 1 kg = 1000 grams
Perhaps one penny. It is unlikely you would be able to buy such a small anount
Oh .....I would sell some and make a model house of it........... moreover best silly q.
Depends on the size of the paper clip. Paper clips come in a range of sizes. Agreed. Also: The weight of one standard paper clip = 0.00043kg x 9.8m/s2 = 0.004214 N, or 0.000947345 lbf. So if you divide 1 lbf by the weight of a standard paper clip given then with that size of paper clip it would take about 1,056 to make a pound.
nerds these days. seriously why would you ask this question
it would be about 1000, because a paper clip weighs about a gram, and kilo means 1000.
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The are about half a gram each so if you want accuracy, a milligram would be best.
I'm not an expert, but it would probably be because the two different electromagnetic fields from the magnets are not lining up. This would cause part of the attractive force to be canceled out, and for less paper clips to stick. It really depends on how you have the magnets put together.
1 cm is 10000 microns so 10000/30 = 333 cells
No. Recycled paper does have some controls on its quality when considered for recycling Pizza boxes are made from corrugated cardboard, which idf clean could be recycled. However once used the cardboard becomes soiled with grease, cheese, and other food.In this condition, the paper cannot be recycled because the paper fibres will not be able to be separated from the oils during the pulping process. This greasy pulp would degrade the entire batch of paper.
We would adapt. As we have in the past. Before plastic bags came into the picture - baskets, or cloth bags, then paper bags, boxes where used.
A mole of iron (iron paper clips) Is nothing compared with the Sun.