## What weight is 50kg in stones?

Kilograms to Stones table

Kilograms Stones
48 kg 7.56 st
49 kg 7.72 st
50 kg 7.87 st
51 kg 8.03 st

## What called 40 kg?

In its southern plains one Mann equals 40 Kilograms and is generally used to measure agricultural output. The Old English, ‘maund’ may also be the origin of Maundy Thursday. As a verb, ‘maund’ : to beg; as a noun, ‘a maund’ : a small basket held out for alms.

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## Do they use inches in India?

The Indian numbering system of crores and lakhs are used. Tyre rim diameters are still measured in inches, as used worldwide. Road widths are popularly measured in feet but official documents use metres. Body temperature is still sometimes measured in degrees Fahrenheit.

## Why don’t we use the metric system?

The biggest reasons the U.S. hasn’t adopted the metric system are simply time and money. When the Industrial Revolution began in the country, expensive manufacturing plants became a main source of American jobs and consumer products.

## Why is the imperial system based on 12?

When it comes to feet and inches the imperial system uses a base 12 system, so instead of counting by 10’s (as in the metric system) you count by 12’s. Therefore a foot unlike a meter can be cleanly divided by two , three and four – which for a carpenter or tailor makes it the better unit to work with.

## What is a stone unit of measurement?

Stone, British unit of weight for dry products generally equivalent to 14 pounds avoirdupois (6.35 kg), though it varied from 4 to 32 pounds (1.814 to 14.515 kg) for various items over time. …

## How is Myanmar weight calculated?

Myanmar is one of three countries in the world who do not use the metric system (the other two being Liberia and the United States). The unique Myanmar “viss” is a unit of measurement based on the weight of a single copper coin called a tical. The weight of 100 ticals equals one viss.

## How much is a Viss?

One viss equals 3.6 pounds, and there are 100 ticals to a viss. One tical equals 58 ounces. Gasoline (called petrol locally) is measured by the Imperial gallon.