Q: What is 73g in kg?

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18.8 kg 14.2 kg 4.6 kg .

9 kg - 3 kg = 6

15.158 kg.15.158 kg.15.158 kg.15.158 kg.

5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb

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18.8 kg 14.2 kg 4.6 kg .

69.0 kg - 63.3 kg = 5.7 kg

There are 0.003528 lots of 500 kg in 1.764 kg.N of 500kg = ( 1.764 kg )/ ( 500 kg ) = 0.00353 500-kg in 1.764 kg

18 kg/500 g = 18 kg / 0.5 kg = 36/118 kg/500 g = 18 kg / 0.5 kg = 36/118 kg/500 g = 18 kg / 0.5 kg = 36/118 kg/500 g = 18 kg / 0.5 kg = 36/1

9 kg - 3 kg = 6

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5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb5 kg = 11.0231 lb

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To find the volume of the alloy, use the formula for density: Density = Mass / Volume. First, calculate the volume of water displaced by the alloy when immersed: Volume of water displaced = Mass in air - Mass in water. Then, use the density of water (1g/cm^3) to find the volume, as the volume of water displaced equals the volume of the alloy. Finally, calculate the density of the alloy by dividing its mass by the volume obtained.

you want to end upwith 2 pots each with 4 kg Here is one way: 1. Fill the 3kg pot from the 8 kg bag; yhe 3kg pot has 3 kg in it and the bag is left with 5 kg 2. Pour the 3 kg pot into the 5kg pot and it now has zero, the 5kg pot has 3 kg 3.Pour the 5kg from the bag into the 3 kg pot. Thereis now 2 kg in the bag , 3 kg in the 3 kg pot, and still 3kg in the 5 kg pot. 4. Pour the 3 kg from the 3 kg pot into the 5 kg pot until full. Now there is 1 kg in the 3 kg pot, 5 kg in the 5 kg pot, still 2 kg in the bag of rice 5. Pour the 5 kg fromthe 5 kg pot into the bag and then the 1 kg from the 3 kg pot into the 5 kg pot. Now the bag has 7 kg, the 5 kg pot has 1 kg and the 3 kg pot has zero 6. Fillthe 3 kg pot from the 7 kg bag; the bag has 4 kg now, the 5 kg pot has 1 kg and the 3 kg pot has 3 kg 7. Pour the 3 kg from the 3 kg pot into the 5 kg pot; the 5 kg pot now has 4 kg in it and the bag also has 4 kg in it That's it - there has to be an easier way?