16 ounces=1 pound
Flour and water are two substances whose weights are referenced to the same system of weights ... the avoirdupois system. Therefore the "pounds" used for each of them are the same pound. So 155 pounds of flour and 155 pounds of water have exactly the same weight, namely 155 pounds. There's no way to tell them apart using a scale.
it all depends on how big the book is
if you had a math problem that looks like this 1p____ minims it would equal 7,680 minims because the proper way to say it is its hard to find out.
If you filled it all the way to the top it would take about 2,117 gallons of water.
depends on how big ur cups are! the best way to find out is get a pint of water and count how many cups u get out of it, then ul no in future
In rough measure, you can use the mnemonic "A pint's a pound, the world around." So eight pounds is approximately eight pints, or one gallon. More exactly, 1 pound of water = 15.34 US fluid ounces of water, which isn't quite equal to one pint or 16 fluid ounces. But pretty close! So 8 pounds equals 122.7 fluid ounces. Going the other way, one gallon of fresh water at standard temperature and pressure is 8.33 pounds.
None, 'pint' is not a weight.
How many pounds do what weigh? Exactly.
cups go into pints but two cups go into a pint not the other way around
300 - 320 pounds
No way. I'm not sure about the specifics, but I'm almost positive that is way too light. They won't even let you give it, whether you want to or not.
it ways 709845 pounds