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# How many grains of rice are in a 1kg bag of rice?

Question #85077. Asked by madrockingdj. (Aug 29 07 6:09 AM)

ulmo777

The mass of one grain of rice is 0.020 gm. So, 1,000/0.020=50,000 grains.

 Aug 29 07, 7:07 AM
zbeckabee

45,360 grains = 2 pounds of rice
2 pounds is equal to 0.9071847 kilograms
300 grains of rice = 6 grams
50 grains = 1 gram of rice
One gram is equal to 0.001 kilograms

One kg bag of rice contains 50,000 grains.

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 Aug 29 07, 9:14 AM

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