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Topic: How Many Sugar Grains in a Five Pound Bag of Sugar?
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 Bob Posts: 27 Registered: 1/29/05
Re: How Many Sugar Grains in a Five Pound Bag of Sugar?
Posted: Mar 9, 2005 12:43 AM
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On Wed, 09 Mar 2005 04:18:25 GMT, "Von Fourche"
<monaco6178@hotmail.com> wrote:

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> Would anybody here happen to know this question:
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> How many grains of sugar are in a five pound bag of sugar?
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> If not, would you happen to know where I can find out?

Why do you want to know? That is, what is the context?

Estimate it, by estimating the mass of one grain. If possible, you
might weigh some small number of grains, so you can actually measure
the average mass.

bob

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> Thanks!
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Date Subject Author
3/8/05 Von Fourche
3/9/05 Bob
3/10/05 Stan Brown
10/19/06 Jimbob
10/19/06 G.E. Ivey
10/20/06 Jimbob
10/20/06 Dr. Chris Perfman
4/24/08 Jimbob
4/24/08 G.E. Ivey
4/25/08 Bob Marlow

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