In this article, we will learn How to convert pounds to kilograms in Excel.
Conversion of one measurement field to another measurement field can be done in excel. Conversion like Length measurements, weight measurement, volume or area measurements are some different types of conversions. As we know,
1 pound =0.4536 Kilograms
Let's understand more about conversions.
How to solve the problem?
Here we will be using the CONVERT function of Excel. Follow the link to learn more about conversions. Here we need to convert the weight measurement in pounds to weight measurement in Kilograms. Below is the generic formula to make you understand better.
value : value to convert
"lbm" : pounds, convert from unit
"kg" : kilograms, convert to unit
All of these might be confusing to understand. So, let's test this formula via running it on the example shown below. For example, we have some weight measurement in pounds and need the same measurements in kilograms. Just follow the formula with correct keywords to get the result.
Use the formula
Here you can see, the value is given using the cell reference and other two arguments are given in quotes.
As you can see, 75 pounds equals 34.02 Kilograms. Now copy the formula to other cells using the shortcut Ctrl + D.
Yeah, It's that easy in Excel. Here are all the measurements in Kilograms. Now if we need to convert Kilograms to Pounds, we will be using the same formula but arguments in different order. For, more explanation see below.
How to convert Kilograms to Pounds in Excel?
Here, we have a similar situation, as had earlier. Now we will break down the problem with a similar pattern. CONVERT function has three arguments, 1st the value, 2nd from_unit and 3rd is to_unit. Now we will use the below formula to calculate the Kilograms from Pounds. For this, we will convert the same values to Pounds. So as to recheck the results obtained from the
Use the formula:
Copy the formula to the rest of the cell to check the results.
As you can see the formula works fine for both sides. You must be thinking if 1 Pound = 0.4536 kilograms, why can't we use the basic mathematical formula to calculate the result. We can use the mathematical formula also.
Use the formula:
|=C3 * 0.4536|
In the D column we have results using the CONVERT function and in column E we have results using the basic mathematical formula. Now we know 1 Kilogram = 2.2 pounds, the same can be done using the same formula.
Here are all the observational notes regarding using the formula.
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