# dram (avoirdupois) to grave conversion

Conversion number between dram (avoirdupois) [dr av] and grave [gv.] is 0.0017718451953125. This means, that dram (avoirdupois) is smaller unit than grave.

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### Enter the number in dram (avoirdupois):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [dr av]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in grave

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 precision 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [info] Decimal: Exponential:

### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 dram (avoirdupois) = (exactly) (1.7718451953125*10^-03) / (1) = 0.0017718451953125 grave
• 1 grave = (exactly) (1) / (1.7718451953125*10^-03) = 564.38339119329 dram (avoirdupois)
• ? dram (avoirdupois) × (1.7718451953125*10^-03  ("kg"/"dram (avoirdupois)")) / (1  ("kg"/"grave")) = ? grave

### High precision conversion

If conversion between dram (avoirdupois) to kilogram and kilogram to grave is exactly definied, high precision conversion from dram (avoirdupois) to grave is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

dram (avoirdupois)
Result in grave:
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### dram (avoirdupois) to grave conversion chart

 Start value: [dram (avoirdupois)] Step size [dram (avoirdupois)] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
dram (avoirdupois)grave
00
100.017718451953125
200.03543690390625
300.053155355859375
400.0708738078125
500.088592259765625
600.10631071171875
700.12402916367188
800.141747615625
900.15946606757813
1000.17718451953125
1100.19490297148438
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about dram (avoirdupois) and grave units:

Convert Dram (avoirdupois) to other unit:

### dram (avoirdupois)

Definition of dram (avoirdupois) unit: ≡  27 11⁄32 gr = 27.34375 gr. The dram was originally both a coin and a weight in ancient Greece. = 875/32 grain = 1.7718451953125 g

Convert Grave to other unit:

### grave

Definition of grave unit: ≡ 1 kg. grave was the original name of the kilogram

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