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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

it works out as 10 ton , 10 ton and 6 ton on the front axle

there may be variations between state regulations so best talk with the relevant authority

Bill of material that was used by the manufacturer to make the vehicle will have the load ratings for each axle so talk with customer relation s direct by phone to get a copy of that engineering specification

there may be variations between state regulations so best talk with the relevant authority

Bill of material that was used by the manufacturer to make the vehicle will have the load ratings for each axle so talk with customer relation s direct by phone to get a copy of that engineering specification

Apr 21, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

1/2 cup

Here is how volume/weight conversions work. A gram is a unit of weight. A cup is a unit of volume. Volume is the amount of space an ingredient occupies and weight is the mass or "heaviness" of an ingredient.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

Here is how volume/weight conversions work. A gram is a unit of weight. A cup is a unit of volume. Volume is the amount of space an ingredient occupies and weight is the mass or "heaviness" of an ingredient.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

Apr 15, 2015 | Home

Here is how volume/weight conversions work. A gram is a unit of weight. A cup is a unit of volume. Volume is the amount of space an ingredient occupies and weight is the mass or "heaviness" of an ingredient.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

500 grams of mini marshmallows = 10 cups

500 grams of flour = 4 cups

500 grams of sugar = 2.5 cups

As you can see, the weight for these ingredients are the same, yet the volumes are different. This is because each ingredient has a different density.

Here is another example:

A cup of feathers and a cup of lead pellets both occupy 8 fluid ounces of volume. The feathers will weigh a lot less than 8 ounces on a scale and the lead will weigh a lot more than 8 ounces on a scale.

Asking how many cups equal 100 grams would be the same as asking how many hours are in a 100 inches. Volume and weight are two completely different measurement systems... just as time and length are two different measurement systems. The only difference is that volume and weight can be linked through density.... mathematically speaking. Density = Mass divided by Volume. Density can change for the same ingredient. For example, a cup of sifted flour will weigh a lot less than a cup of unsifted flour. A pint of water will vary in weight depending on the temperature of the water.

There are websites that do volume/weight conversions based on density. Two great websites are:

http://www.onlineconversion.com and

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com or, you can look in a cookbook that has a volume/weight equivalency chart.

Apr 15, 2015 | Ice Cream Makers

Depends on what you have a gallon of. Water weighs 8.3453 pounds per gallon. Motor oil, being lighter than water, weighs only about 6 pounds per gallon. Other fluids will have varying weights. This is because a gallon is 128 fluid ounces, and a fluid ounce is a measure of volume, not weight.

Mar 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

6 is 3.125% of 192. You lost about 3%.

Feb 05, 2014 | Computers & Internet

It is easy. The pig can only weight once = so make it X.If it weighs 30kgs plus half of it weigh so it it simple when you know it is 60. Then X is 60If it does weigh 60 - so it does weigh 60x1/2 (which is 30 = half of its own weigh) plus 30 which was given at the beginning.

If you do not know the answer - there could be lots of answers. This is a tricky question.Regards

If you do not know the answer - there could be lots of answers. This is a tricky question.Regards

Nov 24, 2011 | Health & Beauty

Weigh 1 2 3 on the left and 4 5 6 on the right

If the weights are even go to Weighing 2a

If the left side is lighter go to Weighing 2b

If the right side is lighter go to Weighing 2c

Weigh 7 on the left and 8 on the right

If the left side is lighter then weight 7 is the answer

If the right side is lighter then weight 8 is the answer

Weigh 1 on the left and 2 on the right

If the weights are even then weight 3 is the answer

If the left side is lighter then weight 1 is the answer

If the right side is lighter then weight 2 is the answer

Weigh 4 on the left and 5 on the right

If the weights are even then weight 6 is the answer

If the left side is lighter then weight 4 is the answer

If the right side is lighter then weight 5 is the answer

Mar 16, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

006 Light Weight

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Varies: Weigh 3 vs 3 on round 1. If equal, remove masses and check which of the

remaining goes up. If not equal, discard lower scale masses. Weigh any 2

of the remaining 3 to find the odd, light one.

Or, to put it another way:

Puzzle: 006

Title: Light Weight

Location: Manor Road

Character: Marco

Type: Scale

Solution: First weigh 2 groups of three. If they were balanced, weigh the

remaining two against each other. If not, take the lighter group and

weigh 2 of the 3 against each other. If equal weight, take the third

Thanks and please take a moment to give this solution a rating of fixya.

one. If not, choose the lighter one.

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Varies: Weigh 3 vs 3 on round 1. If equal, remove masses and check which of the

remaining goes up. If not equal, discard lower scale masses. Weigh any 2

of the remaining 3 to find the odd, light one.

Or, to put it another way:

Puzzle: 006

Title: Light Weight

Location: Manor Road

Character: Marco

Type: Scale

Solution: First weigh 2 groups of three. If they were balanced, weigh the

remaining two against each other. If not, take the lighter group and

weigh 2 of the 3 against each other. If equal weight, take the third

Thanks and please take a moment to give this solution a rating of fixya.

one. If not, choose the lighter one.

Feb 23, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

Step 1) Load 3 weights on to each side of the scales. If scales balanced, then weigh the 2 weights that you left off in step 1.

If scales uneven, remove the 3 from the heavy side and then weigh 2 of the 3 from the lighter side, if balanced it's the 1 weight you didnt weigh.

Hope this helps,

If scales uneven, remove the 3 from the heavy side and then weigh 2 of the 3 from the lighter side, if balanced it's the 1 weight you didnt weigh.

Hope this helps,

Dec 29, 2008 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

To set

1. Push the set button, you will get ------

2. Push the user

3. Push set again the user number will blink 3 times and show 0.0

4. Get on the scale- when it shows your weight push the set button. This is your start weight

5. Then it will automatically take 10% and show your goal.

6. Push the set button again this will set the goal

To Weigh

1. Push the user number that you set up the P-? number will blink 3 times and show 0.0

2. Get on the scale it will show in this order

a. your weight now

b. your weight since the last time you weighed

c. The total loss toward this goal

d. Total needed to reach your goal

1. Push the set button, you will get ------

2. Push the user

3. Push set again the user number will blink 3 times and show 0.0

4. Get on the scale- when it shows your weight push the set button. This is your start weight

5. Then it will automatically take 10% and show your goal.

6. Push the set button again this will set the goal

To Weigh

1. Push the user number that you set up the P-? number will blink 3 times and show 0.0

2. Get on the scale it will show in this order

a. your weight now

b. your weight since the last time you weighed

c. The total loss toward this goal

d. Total needed to reach your goal

Mar 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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