Q: What is the limit in kilograms?

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15 kilograms + 911 kilograms + 4.5 kilograms = 930.5 kilograms.

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Kilograms

5 kilograms / 8 kilograms = 5/8

1.5 kilograms of course!

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There is virtually no limit. For example, the sun consumes about 2.2 quadrillion kilograms of hydrogen per hour. And the sun is not particularly a rapid consumer of its fuel.

"Up to 500kg" means a maximum weight of 500 kilograms, not exceeding that limit.

The little Cessna 150 is a two-seater. So besides the pilot there's room for 1 more. The takeoff weight limit is 730 Kilograms and since the plane's weight is 504 kilograms, the total weight you can bring on board is 226 kilograms ;-)

Welterweight in boxing and MMA is a weight class with a maximum limit of 147 pounds (66.68 kilograms). Any fighter competing in this weight class must weigh within this limit to be eligible to compete.

15 kilograms + 911 kilograms + 4.5 kilograms = 930.5 kilograms.

After 1000 kilograms comes 1 metric ton, which is equivalent to 1000 kilograms.

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Kilograms

I think it is kilograms

3.11 kilograms is more than 3.9 kilograms.

It depends on the airline, and whether you are flying first class or another level. The Standard Weight Limit Is typically 15-25 kilograms per person. Anything over this will incur fees. You can book extra weight for your baggage with your travel agent where you can have, for instance, 20kg instead of 15kg, but there will still be an upper limit beyond which they will not carry your bag.

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