# How can i convert the weight of planet in pounds using the c lang

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For example, you can get the weigth of earth in kg for wikipedia and then use google to convert it in pounds: http://www.google.com/search?q=5.9736*10^24+kilograms+in+pounds
5.9736 * (10^24) kilograms = 1.31695337 × 1025 pounds

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