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Given that 1 kilogram (kg) = 2.2 pounds (lbs), how many kg are there in 130 lbs? (round to the nearest tenth)

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Solution:

1. Given:

* 1 kg = 2.2 lbs

* Weight in pounds (lbs) = 130

2. Use the conversion factor to find weight in kilograms (kg):

* Formula:\text{Weight in kg} = \frac{\text{Weight in lbs}}{2.2}

* Calculate:\text{Weight in kg} = \frac{130}{2.2}

* Result:\text{Weight in kg} \approx 59.0909

3. Round to the nearest tenth:

* Final weight in kg = 59.1

1. Given:

* 1 kg = 2.2 lbs

* Weight in pounds (lbs) = 130

2. Use the conversion factor to find weight in kilograms (kg):

* Formula:

* Calculate:

* Result:

3. Round to the nearest tenth:

* Final weight in kg = 59.1

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