Q: What is 1 5 kg of rice?

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there are 36 529 grains

.912 kgs

Th density of raw rice is approx 0.9 kg/litre so the answer is NO.

450 kg is 9/100 of 5 tonnes. 1 tonne = 1000 kg ⇒ 5 tonnes = 5000 kg ⇒ 450kg as a fraction of 5 tonnes (5000 kg) is 450/5000 = 9/100

Not sure about kilos and liters, but if you simple do a two to one ratio: as in two of water to one of rice, that should do it.

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Density of Rice varies from 788 Kg/Cubic Meter to 850 Kg/Cubic Meter. Weight= Density*Volume. Hence Weight (Kg) of Rice in 1 Meter Cube = 788~850 Kg depending on the density of various rice grains. But does it include the free space available between the rice grains? Not answered.

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There is no such thing as an 'average' bag of rice. In my local groceries it comes in bags of 8 oz, 12 oz, 1 pound, 2 pound, 5 pound, 9 pound, and 11 pound. Who decides what is 'average'

you want to end upwith 2 pots each with 4 kg Here is one way: 1. Fill the 3kg pot from the 8 kg bag; yhe 3kg pot has 3 kg in it and the bag is left with 5 kg 2. Pour the 3 kg pot into the 5kg pot and it now has zero, the 5kg pot has 3 kg 3.Pour the 5kg from the bag into the 3 kg pot. Thereis now 2 kg in the bag , 3 kg in the 3 kg pot, and still 3kg in the 5 kg pot. 4. Pour the 3 kg from the 3 kg pot into the 5 kg pot until full. Now there is 1 kg in the 3 kg pot, 5 kg in the 5 kg pot, still 2 kg in the bag of rice 5. Pour the 5 kg fromthe 5 kg pot into the bag and then the 1 kg from the 3 kg pot into the 5 kg pot. Now the bag has 7 kg, the 5 kg pot has 1 kg and the 3 kg pot has zero 6. Fillthe 3 kg pot from the 7 kg bag; the bag has 4 kg now, the 5 kg pot has 1 kg and the 3 kg pot has 3 kg 7. Pour the 3 kg from the 3 kg pot into the 5 kg pot; the 5 kg pot now has 4 kg in it and the bag also has 4 kg in it That's it - there has to be an easier way?

It should be about 4 cups, according to the recipe converter on thatsmyhome.com

1/5 kg

there are 36 529 grains

approximately 5 to 6 peoples and depending on the serving Anirban choudhury

1 kg = 1,000 grams 1/5 of a kg = 200 grams

If 1 kg of tomatoes costs 5 CHF, 0.1 kg will cost 1/10th of 5 CHF, so the cost will be 0.5 kg.