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# 1/2 cup of mustard, natural, ground in lb

How many pounds of mustard, natural, ground in 1/2 US cup?

## 1/2 US cup of mustard, natural, ground equals 0.149 ( ~ 1/8) pound*

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### Results

1/2 US cup of mustard, natural, ground weighs 0.149 ( ~ 1/8) pound.
(or precisely 0.14865251680159 pound. Some values are approximate).

Note: Fractions are rounded to the nearest 8th fraction. Values are rounded to 3 significant figures.

US cups to pounds of Mustard, natural, ground
1 US cup = 0.297 ( 1/3 ) pound
2 US cups = 0.595 ( 2/3 ) pound
4 US cups = 1.19 ( 1 1/4 ) pounds
5 US cups = 1.49 ( 1 1/2 ) pounds
8 US cups = 2.38 ( 2 1/3 ) pounds
1/16 US cup = 0.0186 pound
1/8 US cup = 0.0372 pound
1/4 US cup = 0.0743 ( 1/8 ) pound
1/3 US cup = 0.0991 ( 1/8 ) pound
1/2 US cup = 0.149 ( 1/8 ) pound
2/3 US cup = 0.198 ( 1/4 ) pound
3/4 US cup = 0.223 ( 1/4 ) pound
1 1/16 US cups = 0.316 ( 1/3 ) pound
1 1/8 US cups = 0.334 ( 1/3 ) pound
1 1/4 US cups = 0.372 ( 1/3 ) pound
1 1/3 US cups = 0.396 ( 1/3 ) pound
1 1/2 US cups = 0.446 ( 1/2 ) pound
1 2/3 US cups = 0.496 ( 1/2 ) pound
1 3/4 US cups = 0.52 ( 1/2 ) pound
2 1/16 US cups = 0.613 ( 2/3 ) pound
2 1/8 US cups = 0.632 ( 2/3 ) pound
2 1/4 US cups = 0.669 ( 2/3 ) pound
2 1/3 US cups = 0.694 ( 2/3 ) pound

### References:

1. Density Database Version 2.0 - FAO

## FAQs on mustard, natural, ground weight to volume conversion

### 1/2 US cup of mustard, natural, ground equals how many pounds?

1/2 US cup of mustard, natural, ground is equivalent 0.149 ( ~ 1/8) pound.

### How much is 0.149 pound of mustard, natural, ground in US cups?

0.149 pound of mustard, natural, ground equals 1/2 ( ~ 1/2) US cup.

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