## Kilograms Convert to Pounds

There are a lot of different units of measurement. One is a kilogram which is abbreviated to “kg.” and it is used to measure weight. This can be used for measuring our own weight or other objects. This is the higher measurement for grams (g) which also has the lower measurement in milligrams (mg.)

We need to be able to convert a kilogram to a pound for certain circumstances. We might need to use measurements in pounds for lighter objects. A pound is another unit of measurement with the abbreviation “lb.” or “lbs.” in plural form.

Equivalents

Before we can convert a kilogram to a pound, we need to know each of their equivalents. This rule is very basic and is also applied to the conversion of all other units of measurement.

First we start with a kilogram. One kg is equal to Kilogram to Slug 2.2 lbs. This simply means that if you have a 2.2-pound bag, that bag also weighs 1 kg. On the other hand, a pound is equal to 0.45 kg. This means that if an object weighs 0.45 kg., it is also a pound heavy.

Conversions

In dealing with measurements, we may use the four mathematical operations. These are addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. But the conversion of kilograms to pounds only requires the use of multiplication.

To convert a given kilogram to pounds, we only have to remember the equivalents. If 1 kg. is equal to 2.2 pounds, then all we have to do is just multiply the provided kilogram to 2.2 lbs.

If for example you visit your physician in his/her office for a check-up. The physician asks you to get up on the weighing scale and provides you with your weight in kg. Assuming your weight is 45 kg., you just have to simply multiply that with 2.2. So 45 multiplied by 2.2 is 99.21. This may also just be 100 lbs. if you round it off.

Although weight is usually shown in pounds, we just have to be sure we can do conversions so we can also do corrections. If you are given your weight in pounds, and you want to know the equivalent in kilograms, you can just simply do the process the other way around. Instead of multiplying the number to 2.2, you multiply the given weight in lbs. to 0.45 since this is the equivalent kg. to 1 lb. So if you are 100 lbs., multiply 100 to 0.45, and you get 45. It is that simple.