What weighs 5 grams? penny? dime?

Aug 15, 2000
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What weighs 5 grams? penny? dime? anything common around the house?
 

LaBang

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a nickle weighs 5.05 grams

I won't ask you why you want to know if you don't ask me why I have a gram scale...
 
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<< a nickle weighs 5.05 grams

I won't ask you why you want to know if you don't ask me why I have a gram scale...
>>



hehe...
 
May 28, 2001
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<< a nickle weighs 5.05 grams

I won't ask you why you want to know if you don't ask me why I have a gram scale...
>>


why do you have a gram scale? ;)

and to you chiwawa, why do you want to know?
 
Aug 15, 2000
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its for a physics project, ... u drop a 5 gram wight into a "machine" (using pullys and stuff) and it pulls up a flag at the end...so i just needed a 5 gram thingy
 
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<< its for a physics project, ... u drop a 5 gram wight into a "machine" (using pullys and stuff) and it pulls up a flag at the end...so i just needed a 5 gram thingy >>


riiiiight....
what is that big tube thing? Uh.... its my science project...... yeah, you put that 5 gram thing in that little tube on the bottom and then you light it and suck on the top of big tube.... it shows how stuff can be pulled through water....

sorry man, couldn't help it :D
 

LaBang

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<< I know a nickel bag weighs 5 grams... >>



uhhh, a nickly bag does not weigh five grams. it costs five dollars. it's more like a quarter of a gram.
 

rgwalt

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I don't know what yalls are talking about, but here in the mid-west, we talk in ounces. Because we live in AMERICA, foo.

Ryan :)
 

yoda291

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<< uhhh, a nickly bag does not weigh five grams. it costs five dollars. it's more like a quarter of a gram. >>



actually, it'd be like a 2.25 cuz you know the dealer shaves off(like he'll sell you .9 instead of 1.0 g for a 20). Reason is that if you divvy up an ounce into .9s instead of 1.0, you can get 30 bags even. Don't ask how I know...just chalk it up to a mathematical head.
 

rgwalt

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The metric system is all well in good, but when you get out in the real world in the US, in industry, all they use is english. Learn it, live it, love it.

Ryan :p
 
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Nickel is the one you want.

If your in physics, then I bet they have some nice digies or a triplebeam lying around.
;)
 
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Originally, a nickel bag was = 1/4 oz = 7gms

And yeah, a nickel weighs approx. 5 gms.


;)
 
Oct 9, 2000
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5 grams of cocain? thats what you want to know it for......... phyics, yea right! you want to see how much that $200 can get you, about a few grams.,...
 
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this is america, no freaking grams here!

When i go to see a singer who spells her name SADE, i expect it to be pronounced Sayd! Not Shaaa-dey!

Its not a croissant, its a croissandwich!

i dont go to deytwa!, i go to Detroit!
 

Fausto

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Yup, just checked on a scale here at work. Nickle = 5.05 grams

Fausto
 
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it'd funny if your project worked out with 5.05 grams at home, but not 5.00 grams when the teacher tests it. :)
 

hungrypete

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<< Originally, a nickel bag was = 1/4 oz = 7gms

And yeah, a nickel weighs approx. 5 gms.


;)
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no a nickel costs 5 dollars. 3.5g = $20 ; .875g = nickel.
 
May 28, 2001
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<< ROFL @ all of you...

:D

l2c
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you know that you were very temped to join in....
:D
 
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<<

<< I know a nickel bag weighs 5 grams... >>



uhhh, a nickly bag does not weigh five grams. it costs five dollars. it's more like a quarter of a gram.
>>



shoot man! What kinda sh!t are you smoking? It must be some shhhhhwwwaaaaggggyyyy shwag shwag.
;)
 

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