›› Convert slug to qintar [Arab]


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How many slug in 1 qintar? The answer is 3.4260882780981.
We assume you are converting between slug and qintar [Arab].
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The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 0.068521765561961 slug, or 0.02 qintar.
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›› Quick conversion chart of slug to qintar

1 slug to qintar = 0.29188 qintar

5 slug to qintar = 1.45939 qintar

10 slug to qintar = 2.91878 qintar

20 slug to qintar = 5.83756 qintar

30 slug to qintar = 8.75634 qintar

40 slug to qintar = 11.67512 qintar

50 slug to qintar = 14.5939 qintar

75 slug to qintar = 21.89085 qintar

100 slug to qintar = 29.18781 qintar

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›› Definition: Slug

The slug is an English and U.S. customary unit of mass. The slug is part of a subset of coherent units known as the gravitational foot-pound-second system, one of several such specialized systems of mechanical units. It is the mass that accelerates by when a force of one pound-force (lbf) is exerted on it. Therefore a slug is about 32.174 05 pounds or 14.593 90 kg.

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