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Technically, a kilogram is a unit of mass, not weight. Several items that have a mass of approximately 1 kilogram include a liter of water and a large dictionary. More »

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Converting pounds to kilograms is a simple process. First, divide the amount in pounds by 2.2046. Next, round the answer to the nearest hundredth decimal place, and label the final answer. More »

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To convert pounds to kilograms, divide the number of pounds by 2.2046. In the case of 136 pounds, this will be 136 divided by 2.2046, or 61.68856 kilograms. Pounds are used in the United States customary and imperial sys... More »

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A kilogram (kg) is a metric unit of mass, and a pound (lb) is an English or imperial unit for force. However, both are frequently used to describe weight, and it is important to know how to convert one to the other. Conv... More »

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A gram, a commonly used unit of mass in the metric system, is one-thousandth of a kilogram. The abbreviation for gram is "g," and "kg" represents a kilogram. More »

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A kilogram is a unit of mass and a liter is a unit of volume, so there is no direct rate of conversion. If you know the density of a substance, you can make the conversion from kilograms to liters for that substance. More »

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Density is mass per unit volume, and the SI (or Systeme International) unit is kilogram per cubic meter, abbreviated as kg/m^3. This means that finding the density of a particular object requires dividing its mass by its... More »

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