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    what is 9.4 stones in stones and pounds, if the .4 is .4 of a whole not 4 pounds, if that makes sense! thanks in advance!
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    There are 14 pounds in a single stone..

    1.4x4 = 5.6

    So 9 stone and 6 pounds? (Rounded up)
    I hope this is what you asked for
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    (Original post by JJB 91)
    There are 14 pounds in a single stone..

    1.4x4 = 5.6

    So 9 stone and 6 pounds? (Rounded up)
    I hope this is what you asked for
    yes it is, iv been frying my lil brain trying to work it out lol! thank you!
 
 
 
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