# OzToGrams-Ounces to Grams conversion

OzToGrams

## Converting oz. to grams ?

Sorry if this seems to be a dumb question but I am curious. When converting oz to grams ( I find it easiest in grams with my scale) would you round up? I am not a math whiz so I cheat and look it up. For instance 1 oz = 28.3495g would you leave this at 28 grams? Say it was 28.687 would you round that up to 29 grams? Or should I buy a more precise scale?

Conversion Chart / Table

 ounces to grams (oz to gr) Conversion Chart / Table: grams to ounces (gr to oz) Conversion Chart / Table: oz = gr 1.0 = 28.350 2.0 = 56.699 3.0 = 85.049 4.0 = 113.398 5.0 = 141.748 6.0 = 170.097 7.0 = 198.447 8.0 = 226.796 9.0 = 255.146 10.0 = 283.495 ounces = grams 20.0 = 566.99 30.0 = 850.49 40.0 = 1133.98 50.0 = 1417.48 60.0 = 1700.97 70.0 = 1984.47 80.0 = 2267.96 90.0 = 2551.46 100 = 2834.95 500 = 14174.76 gr = oz 1.0 = 0.035 2.0 = 0.071 3.0 = 0.106 4.0 = 0.141 5.0 = 0.176 6.0 = 0.212 7.0 = 0.247 8.0 = 0.282 9.0 = 0.317 10.0 = 0.353 grams = ounces 20.0 = 0.705 30.0 = 1.058 40.0 = 1.411 50.0 = 1.764 60.0 = 2.116 70.0 = 2.469 80.0 = 2.822 90.0 = 3.175 100 = 3.527 500 = 17.637

One ounce is = 28.349 523 grams. In 1958 the US and countries of the Commonwealth (Canada, Australia and New Zealand) defined the mass of the international avoirdupois ounce is defined to be equal to 28.349 523 grams. There are 16 avoirdupois ounces in an avoirdupois pound. One ounce is equal to 437.5 grains. The ounce is commonly used as a unit of mass in the United States, Canada and sometimes in Australia and New Zealand. Online Calculator-Converter converts Ounces to grams (oz to gr) and backwards grams to ounces .

## One thought on “OzToGrams-Ounces to Grams conversion”

1. RK RAY says:

It depends upon the numbers whether you round up or down. To round up, the nos. have to be .5 or higher, starting on the far right & working your way back toward the decimal pt. So 28.3495 would round up, to the more useful 28.35. Similarly, 28.687 would also round up, to 28.69 or 28.7, depending on how many decimal points you wanted.

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Don’t go too fast, my friend, for too long. It’ll lead to meanness, then heart failure. The credit card comes due.