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FORCE, it's a very basic unit.

Wed Jan 18, 2012 6:41 pm

Newtons to/from pounds force.

Lbs force are not lbs mass so the mass conversion sheet doesn't do it.

It's easier to use some other converters than derive it here.

Re: FORCE, it's a very basic unit.

Wed Jan 18, 2012 6:49 pm

PeterHill wrote:Newtons to/from pounds force.

Lbs force are not lbs mass so the mass conversion sheet doesn't do it.

It's easier to use some other converters than derive it here.


Your are right. Added to our list of things to be done