16 years ago
Anonymous

# How do i convert 500 mL to liters, 3lbs to ounces,14oz to pounds?

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8 years ago
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16 years ago
wracpres1
500 ml is1/2 a litre 500 ml =2 cups or =16 ounces or =1 lb. 16 ounces in a pound so Divide by 14 ounces and you get the answer then turn it into a fraction
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7 years ago
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You need to put a stop to this right now and seek help right away. What you are doing is very dangerous and it can kill you if you keep it up too long. Your body needs energy, and that energy comes from food if you don't eat your body will literally eat you away to get energy from whatever fat and muscle you have. You need to seek help and start eating normally again. Yes your weight will go back up but once it reached its level from before you started doing this you can do some proper dieting and exercise. it takes time and effort but once you have done it you will a lot better off then being pale, weak and ill all the time because you have not eaten. You need as a MINIMUM of 1500 calories a day with no exercise (that includes eating properly and regually), even eating steadly like that will slowly lose weight. you can't lose weight fast because the body works on balance. if you decide to lose it quickly the body will try and put it on quickly. losing 1lb a week is very easy and takes very little effort. if you eat about 1500 -1800 calories a day with proper food (lean meat, 5 a day etc) and a little exercise (walking a steady pace for 30 minutes everyday) that will do you a lot more favours that what you are doing now.
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16 years ago
jerryinchelsea
500 mL = 1/2 liter (because 1 liter = 1000 mL) 3 lb. = 48 oz. (because 1 pound = 16 oz.) 14 oz. = 7/8 lb. (because 1 lb. = 16 oz., and 14/16 reduces to 7/8) We could also write the first answer as 0.5 liter. We could also write the third answer as 0.875 lb.
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16 years ago
Empress Sky
Use the conversion factors for each case: 1000mL = 1L 500mL = 1L/1000mL The mL cancel each other out leaving L = 500/1000 L =1/2; so 500 mL is half a liter 1lb = 16oz 0z = 3lb x 16 oz/1 lb The lbs cancel each other leaving oz in the numerator which is what you are looking for. 16 x 3 = 48; there are 48 oz in 3 lbs. 16 oz = 1lb lbs = 14oz x 1lb/16oz The oz cancel each other out, leaving lbs in the numerator. 14/16 = .875; 14oz equals .875 oz The key is to set up each conversion so that the measurement that you are converting 'to' --- what you want your final answer to be in--- is in the numerator and the measurement you start off with cancels itself out. When it cancels out, you know you have set up your equation correctly.
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16 years ago
bb
well there are 16 oz in a pound. so if you have 3lbs you have 48 oz. the liters i have no clue but if you look in the ffront or back of a cook book it should tell you
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