Grams (g)Pounds (metric)
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Unit Descriptions
1 Gram:1/1000 of a kilogram.1 Pound (metric):1 Metric pound is equal to 500 grams.

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Conversions Table
1 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.00270 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.14
2 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.00480 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.16
3 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.00690 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.18
4 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.008100 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.2
5 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.01200 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.4
6 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.012300 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.6
7 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.014400 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.8
8 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.016500 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 1
9 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.018600 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 1.2
10 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.02800 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 1.6
20 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.04900 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 1.8
30 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.061,000 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 2
40 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.0810,000 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 20
50 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.1100,000 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 200
60 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 0.121,000,000 Grams to Pounds (metric) = 2000

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