I'll use the density of dry, packed sand, which is 100 lbs per cubic foot, 50/100 is 2 50 lb bags of sand
90 USD/CAD for bags weighing 51-70 lbs. 175 USD/CAD for bags weighing 71-100 lbs. Bags exceeding 100 lbs. are not allowed.
The term "lbs" means "pounds", so you should buy as many "lbs bags" as the amount of pounds of sugar that you need.
40 bags of anything that weigh 50 lbs each is one ton. A ton is 2000 lbs, so divide 2000 by 50.
It depends upon the size of the bags, the density of the sand, and the depth of sand. For example, if the density is 100 lbs/cubic foot, the bags are 50 lbs each, and you want a depth of 1 inch, then: 31.25 sq ft X 1 inch X 1/12 ft/inch X 100 lbs/cubic foot / 50 lbs/bag = 5.2 bags Better get 6 bags to have enough. If the depth of sand, density of sand, or size of bags is different than what I assumed for this example, then plug your numbers into the equation above.
100 lbs = 45.36kg
100 lbs = 45,359.2g
With 68 pounds of peppermint candies and small bags of candies of 14 pounds you can make at least three small bags of candy.
41 bags. Actual 40.5
one bag has five lbs. of cans, then one hundred bags hold five hundred lbs of cans. 1000 lbs. = 1 ton. so then two hundred bags hold one thousand lbs tons) of cans, and you want two tons, so you need four hundred bags to hold two thousand lbs. (two tons) of cans.
16 of each