The federal standard for the weight of a bushel of apples is 48 pounds. Depending on the average size of the apples in question, this correlates to a bushel containing anywhere from as few as 18 apples to over 100 apples... More » Science Measurements

The average weight for a woman is 164.7 pounds, as of 2014. The average weight for a man is 194.7 pounds. Men have an average height of 69.4 inches and average waist circumference of 39.7 inches. Women's average height i... More »

A standard solid brick, which is 7 5/8 inches long and 2 1/4 inches high, weighs about 4.3 pounds. That same brick, cored, weighs about 3.6 pounds. More » Science Measurements

A stone is a rarely used unit for measuring weight, equivalent to 14 pounds. Any weight in stones can be converted into pounds by multiplying by 14. More »

The newest standard weight chart in use was constructed by analyzing studies and new standards based on data collected by the World Health Organization for infants from birth up to the age of 2 and the Centers for Diseas... More » Science Measurements

An average, healthy weight for a man who is 5 feet 10 inches tall is between 130 and 173.5 pounds. Healthy body weights are determined by calculating a person's body mass index, or BMI, which relates height and weight. More »

Common glass, which has a density range of 4.67 to 5.43 slugs per foot cubed, has a unit weight range of 150.25 to 174.7 pounds per foot cubed. Unit weight, more commonly known as specific weight, measures the weight of ... More »