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2022-07-14

1 kg-2.2 pounds (ibs for #)

1 ounce-28.35 (30) g

Again, you will use these constantly. Memorize these conversions

How many grams in pounds?

Practice:

A patient chart lists her weight as 150#. How many kg?

A man is listed as 100 kg. How many pounds?

1 ounce-28.35 (30) g

Again, you will use these constantly. Memorize these conversions

How many grams in pounds?

Practice:

A patient chart lists her weight as 150#. How many kg?

A man is listed as 100 kg. How many pounds?

Answer & Explanation

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2022-07-15Added 17 answers

1 kg=2.2 pounds (lbs or #)

$\therefore 1pounds\text{(lbs or \#)}=\frac{1}{2.2}kg=0.45\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}1pound=0.45=0.45\times 1000g\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=450g$

OR, you can also find as

$1Pound=\frac{1}{2\cdot 2}kg=\frac{1000}{2.2}g\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=454.55g$

It depends on how much you wants to approximate.

# Weight of patient =150#=150lbs

$=\frac{150}{2\cdot 2}kg=68.18kg$

# Weight of man =100kg

$=100\times 2\cdot 2lbs=220lbs$

$\therefore 1pounds\text{(lbs or \#)}=\frac{1}{2.2}kg=0.45\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}1pound=0.45=0.45\times 1000g\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=450g$

OR, you can also find as

$1Pound=\frac{1}{2\cdot 2}kg=\frac{1000}{2.2}g\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=454.55g$

It depends on how much you wants to approximate.

# Weight of patient =150#=150lbs

$=\frac{150}{2\cdot 2}kg=68.18kg$

# Weight of man =100kg

$=100\times 2\cdot 2lbs=220lbs$

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