they both weigh the same because a pound of sand and a pound of lead will still weigh a pound
You can very accurately determine the volume of sand using water. If you just take some sand and measure the volume, a lot of the volume you measure is actually the empty space between the sand crystals. If you want the true volume of the sand, you must use the water method.To do this, start with a known volume of water (use a graduated cylinder for instance). Record this volume. The weigh out a certain amount of sand, and add this sand to the water. When you do that, the volume of the water will increase. Record this new volume. Then simply subtract the initial volume from the final volume. This difference is the volume of the sand particles. You can also calculate the density of sand by this method since you weighed the sand before adding it, and the density is just weight ÷ volume.
A pound of any matter weighs one pound.
That depends entirely on what is being measured. For example, 1 pound of styrofoam would take up more volume and, therefore, more liquid ounces than 1 pound of sand.
They are equivalent.
That depends on the dimensions of the bags. You can't equate weight to area or volume. A 50 pound bag of feathers is a lot bigger than a 50 pound bag of sand.
It depends on the type of sand/ where you live, but about .985 dollars per pound
Of course the pound of feathers is having more volume than the pound of lead.
They both weigh one pound.
A 25 pound bag of anything (sand included) weighs 25 pounds.
both are the same ther 1 pond
As sand sinks in water, the sand must be heavier than water, thus a volume of sand will be heavier than the same volume of water.
If they're both weighed on the same planet, then the pound of feathers has more volume than the pound of lead has.
A pound is a pound, only the volume would be different.
A pound of feathers has a larger volume than a pound of bricks.
In your sand sample, what is the average weight of a grain?
a pound is a pound/
5000 lbs of sand, give or take a hundred.
Because sand have also a volume.
The volume of sand is about 1,602 grams per cubic centimeter. That is the equivalent of 0.926 ounce per cubic inch.
16 oz of sand weighs one pound.
No a pound is a unit to measure weight.