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Average mass, in pounds, of an African elephant
Number of 'essential' amino acids
Number of miles between Mars and its moon Phobos at its closest
Number of carbon atoms in buckminsterfullerene (buckyball)
Atomic number of element mendelevium (Md)
Number of fluid ounces (U.S.) in a fluid quart (U.S.)
Avogadro constant defining entities per mole of a substance
The speed of light, in meters per second
The speed of sound at sea level, in meters per second
The boiling point of water, in °F, at atmospheric sea level pressure
The smallest primitive abundant number
Acceleration of an object falling freely under Earth's gravitational pull, in m/s^2
Number of seconds in a week
Molecular weight, in grams per mole, of a water molecule
Absolute zero, in the Kelvin temperature scale
'Classic' number of organism kingdoms, as established by the ISPC
Number of chromosomes in a normal human sperm cell
Mass, in pounds, of the Mars Curiosity rover
World population (as of September 1, 2012)
Number of millimeters in a mile
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Sep 15th, 2012 at 02:32 GMT
Its king of odd to switch between several different kinds of measuring systems. That being said, I don't know where you got your elephant information. Wikipedia lists african elephants between 10,000 and 13,330 pounds (and 'pounds' is an odd choice for a measurement of 'mass').
Sep 15th, 2012 at 15:38 GMT
Did you specifically look for African elephant? I used an almanac for that one. Switching between measuring systems was done to use the most widely known numbers (e.g. for speed of light, gravitational acceleration) but some of the measurement conversions are intentionally tricky (e.g. millimeters to miles) because that's the point- it is math-based rather than a known number.
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