Q: How many 200g bags of apples make 2kg?

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4.166666666666667 apples.

Without some direction as to what the bags must contain, I can make as many bags as I want. I can make as many bags as I have bags. If I have to put at least one writing utensil in a bag, that's 60 bags. If I have to put one of each writing utensil in a bag, that's 12 bags.

You need10.8/(the number of cubic feet of sand in each bag) bags.

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4.166666666666667 apples.

There are 5 200g to make 1kg as 200 multiplied by 5 equals 1000g which is equal to 1kg.

16 of each

That is about 1.5 apples.

The weight of a bag of apples varies. This is due to there being many bags of apples that differ from each other because apples are natural, therefore varying in weight, and producers bagging them in different quantities, as a result, generally bags of apples are measured in quantities of types of apple rather than weight. So to find the answer to your question you should conduct a survey, and find an average for your results.

200g

2.29 bags.

That is about 3 apples.

Five 200g objects would have the same mass as 1kg because 200g * 5 = 1000g = 1kg.

about 60 60lb bags

about 60 60lb bags