From pounds to grams can be very useful to know the equivalence between these two weight units. We are not used to a measure such as the pound (abbreviated as lb) and therefore, we have developed a calculator that allows you to make the conversion as easy as possible.
You only have to enter the weight in pounds that you want to convert to grams and press the calculate button.
How many grams are in a pound
If you want to learn how to convert pounds to grams, here is an explanation of the procedure to follow. First of all, it is convenient for you to know that:
1 lb = 453.59237 g
How to convert from pounds to grams
As of equality between grams and pounds seen in the previous point, we can calculate a formula generic mathematics that allows you to perform the conversion with a simple multiplication:
m(g) = m(lb) × 453,59237
By example,We are going to pass to grams at a weight of 2 pounds:
m(g) = m(lb) × 453.59237 = 2 pounds x 453.59237 = 907.18 grams
As you can see, the difficulty in changing units lies in remembering the number by which we have to multiply.
How to convert from pounds to grams in Excel
An alternative form of from pounds to grams consists of using Excel to perform the conversion. You do not need to do any operation in the Microsoft program, you only have to type this formula:
=CONVERT(C3; "lbm"; "g")
In the video above, you can see how we have made our pounds to grams converter using Excel.
The formula for conversion from pounds to grams in Excel also allows you to directly type the amount of lb you want to convert to g. For example, if you want to convert 8 lbs to grams, just adapt the formula like this:
=CONVERT(8; "lbm"; "g")
The first option is more versatile if you're going to convert pounds to grams frequently, but if you are going to use it more sporadically, the second option may also work for you. In any case, use the one that best suits your needs.
Table of equivalence of pounds to grams
Below you have more examples of weights in pounds which we have converted to grams to give you a better perspective of the equivalence between these two units of weight.
|Pounds (lbs)||Grams (g)||Kilos + grams (kg+g)|
|0 lb||0 g||0 kg 0 g|
|0.1 lb||45 g||0 kg 45 g|
|1 lb||454 g||0 kg 454 g|
|2 lb||907 g||0 kg 907 g|
|3 lb||1.361 g||1 kg 361 g|
|4 lb||1814 g.||1 kg 814 g|
|5 lb||2.268 g||2 kg 268 g|
|6 lb||2.722 g||2 kg 722 g|
|7 lb||3.175 g||3 kg 175 g|
|8 lb||3.629 g||3 kg 629 g|
|9 lb||4.082 g||4 kg 82 g|
|10 lb||4.536 g||4 kg 536 g|
|20 lb||9.072 g||9 kg 72 g|
|30 lb||13.608 g||13 kg 608 g|
|40 lb||18.144 g||18 kg 144 g|
|50 lb||22.680 g||22 kg 680 g|
|60 lb||27.216 g||27 kg 216 g|
|70 lb||31.751 g||31 kg 751 g|
|80 lb||36.287 g||36 kg 287 g|
|90 lb||40.823 g||40 kg 823 g|
|100 lb||45.359 g||45 kg 359 g|
|1000 lb||453.592 g||453 kg 592 g|