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    measuring system...

    Well Im from sweden and here we the kilo-formula. Now I see you al wright that you gain so and so many lolb? or something like that. Im just wondering if someone knows how to translate that into kilos? would be intressting to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by swest
    Well Im from sweden and here we the kilo-formula. Now I see you al wright that you gain so and so many lolb? or something like that. Im just wondering if someone knows how to translate that into kilos? would be intressting to know
    I can't recall off the top of my head but search on google.com for it. Just type kilo to pound conversion and you'll get your answer.

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    1 pound = 0.4535924 kilogram

    i just usually use 0.45

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    So I'm bored and took my advice. The answer from google is 1 kilogram = 2.20462262 pound

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinista63
    1 pound = 0.4535924 kilogram

    i just usually use 0.45
    And the reverse answer!

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    so which is the right numbers?

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    kilo=2.2lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by swest
    so which is the right numbers?
    both are... it just depends which way you're converting...

    from pounds to kilograms you multiply the pounds by 0.45

    from kilograms to pounds you multiply the kilos by 2.2

    example:

    20 pounds x 0.45 = 9 kilos

    9 kilos x 2.2 = 19.8 pounds (~20lb)

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