Common household items that weigh approximately one gram include a paperclip, the cap of a ballpoint pen, a stick of gum, a U.S. currency bill, a quarter teaspoon of sugar, a raisin and a thumbtack. The gram is a metric ... More »

Common household items that weigh approximately 1 gram include a paper clip, the cap of a ballpoint pen, a stick of gum, a U.S. bill of any denomination, one-quarter teaspoon of sugar, a raisin and a thumbtack. The gram ... More »

A roll of new U.S. nickels weighs 200 grams. The roll contains 40 coins, each weighing 5.00 grams each. This measurement requires new coins because some of a coin's metal wears away with handling over time, decreasing th... More »

Common household items that weigh approximately 1 gram include a paper clip, the cap of a ballpoint pen, a stick of gum, a U.S. bill of any denomination, one-quarter teaspoon of sugar, a raisin and a thumbtack. The gram ... More »

A paperclip, a sugar packet, the cap of a pen and a raisin are all examples of things that weigh just 1 gram. A gram is a unit of measurement in the metric system used to measure mass. More »

Examples of items or animals that weigh 50 pounds include a small bale of hay or a border collie and house cat combined, 5 medium-sized bowling balls, 5 house cats, two car tires and a large bag of sugar, a microwave ove... More »

A gram is a measurement of mass, or the amount of matter something contains, and a teaspoon is a measurement of volume, or the amount of space something takes up. Therefore, it isn't possible to precisely convert teaspoo... More »

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