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How do you convert a fat percentage into grams?

Guest Jun 24, 2014

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Well, if you insist on using grams, then at least use Graham’s number notation. Standard scientific notation will exceed the capacity of the servers.We do not want a crash.

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In modern society, converting fat percentage to grams is like converting the mass of water in the Pacific Ocean to imperial minims.

Guest Jun 24, 2014
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You need to know the mass of the body with the fat.  Then express the percentage as a fraction and multiply by the mass of the body in question expressed in grams.

Alan  Jun 24, 2014
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Well, if you insist on using grams, then at least use Graham’s number notation. Standard scientific notation will exceed the capacity of the servers.We do not want a crash.

Guest Jun 24, 2014
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Graham's number notation, yes very funny.  HaHaHa.   

Melody  Jun 24, 2014
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Let's convert the fat to Graham Cracker notation......(You may have to enable "cookies" on your browser to do this....)

Now....serve with a glass of milk.......(imperial minims amount varying by preference)

....And there you go......

 

CPhill  Jun 24, 2014
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Good one Chris.  

Melody  Jun 24, 2014

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