Change ounces to pounds is a fairly frequent operation if we take into account the relationship between both weight units. As we work with a greater number of ounces, it becomes necessary to make the leap to a larger unit such as the pound.
In our ounces to pounds converter just enter the weight in oz you want to convert to lb and press the calculate button to get the result you are looking for.
How to convert from ounces to pounds
To convert ounces to pounds we must know that one ounce is equal to one-sixteenth of one poundThis is expressed below in numerical form:
1 oz = (1/16) lb = 0.0625 lb
From the above, it is easy to deduce that in order to transform a weight from ounces to pounds we have to divide by 16which you can see in the following formula:
m(lb) = m(oz) / 16
By example.Let's find out how many pounds is 14 ounces:
m(lb) = m(oz) / 16 = 14 ounces / 16 = 0.875 lbs.
How many ounces is one pound
As we have seen in the previous point, one ounce equals 0.0625 pounds.
How to convert from ounces to pounds in Excel
Excel allows to convert from ounces to pounds through a specific function that has this form:
=CONVERT(C3; "ozm"; "lbm")
Just type it in a free cell of your spreadsheet and make sure you modify the C3 coordinate we have put in the example by the one you need. With this method, you will get your own calculator to convert from ounces to pounds automatically.
If you are only going to perform a conversion, you can type the number of ounces you want to convert to pounds directly in the formula. We show you with an example in which we are going to convert 8 ounces to pounds with Excel:
=CONVERT(8; "ozm"; "lbm")
If you have doubts about how the conversion is done, we recommend you to watch the video above these lines, in which we show you how to do it. how to convert from ounces to pounds using Excel.
Table of equivalence of ounces to pounds
In order to make it clearer the correspondence between ounces and poundsBelow you have a table of equivalence of these two weight units so that if you wish, you can print it and always have it at hand.
|Ounces (oz)||Pounds (lbs)|
|0 oz||0 lb|
|0.1 oz||0.00625 lb|
|1 oz||0.0625 lb|
|2 oz||0.1250 lb|
|3 oz||0.1875 lb|
|4 oz||0.2500 lb|
|5 oz||0.3125 lb|
|6 oz||0.3750 lb|
|7 oz||0.4375 lb|
|8 oz||0.5000 lb|
|9 oz||0.5625 lb|
|10 oz||0.6250 lb|
|20 oz||1,2500 lb|
|30 oz||1,8750 lb|
|40 oz||2,5000 lb|
|50 oz||3,1250 lb|
|60 oz||3,7500 lb|
|70 oz||4,3750 lb|
|80 oz||5,0000 lb|
|90 oz||5,6250 lb|
|100 oz||6,2500 lb|
|1000 oz||62,5000 lb|