# how many pounds is in 55 quarts?

It depends on what you’re measuring and whether you are considering dry quarts or liquid quarts in US or Imperial (or some other) measure. A pound is a measure of force and a quart is a measure of volume. Force and volume have no necessary relationship to each other except with respect to certain commodities in some countries.
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A quart is generally 2 pints. In the US, it is sometimes said “a pint’s a pound the world around.” If that matches your situation, 110 pints will be 110 pounds.

Pounds is a measure of weight while quarts is a measure of volume. You can only convert from one to the other if you know the density of the object in question. For instance, water is [about] 2 lbs per quart, so 55 quarts of water would be roughly 110 lbs.

1 pound = 16 ounces
1 quart = 32 ounces
(32*55)/16 = 110 pounds

55 quarts of fresh water would weigh 114.95 pounds. And 55 quarts of milk would weigh 118.25 lbs.

Volume to pound conversion requires a “density”.
Density depends on the substance, temperature, pressure.
And pounds vary according to gravity.
If water (at 4C) then 114.7lbs.
If air, probably about 2 ounces.
Here’s some common densities:
Material Density (gm/cm^3)
Liquids:
Water at 4 C 1
Water at 20 C 0.998
Gasoline 0.7
Mercury 13.6
Milk 1.03
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Material Density (gm/cm^3)
Solids:
Magnesium 1.7
Aluminum 2.7
Copper 8.3-9.0
Gold 19.3
Iron 7.8
Platinum 21.4
Uranium 18.7
Osmium 22.5
Ice at 0 C 0.92
Material Density (gm/cm^3)
Gases at STP:
Air 0.001293
Carbon dioxide 0.001977
Carbon monoxide 0.00125
Hydrogen 0.00009
Helium 0.000178
Nitrogen 0.001251

55 quarts = 114.7 lb (pounds)
(using additional water density = 1000 kg/m^3 (kilograms per cubic meter))