# 1020 g shown as pounds and ounces

Our converter works its sums out.

We give the results in stones, pounds (lb) and ounces (oz), not as decimal fractions of a pound (2.nn lb).

If you need the *actual formulas* so you can make your own calculations to scientific accuracy, Wikipedia has a brilliant article covering Conversion of Units that covers a huge number of formulas for every conceivable unit of measurement

*I only shown the units with more than 10 formulas, showing: (unit of measurement: number of formulas) in the Wiki article*

length:69, area:36, volume:98, density:13, time:38, speed:17, acceleration:12, force:1a, pressure:22, energy:42, power:27

Just reading it should keep you busy for a while!

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