Conversion number between **hundredweight (long)** [long cwt or cwt] and
**dram (apothecary; troy)** [dr t] is **13066.666666667**.
This means, that hundredweight (long) is bigger unit than dram (apothecary; troy).

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from **dram (apothecary; troy)** to **hundredweight (long)** conversion

[long cwt or cwt] |

Result in **dram (apothecary; troy)**

- 1 hundredweight (long) = (exactly) `(50.80234544) / (0.0038879346)` =
**13066.666666667**dram (apothecary; troy) - 1 dram (apothecary; troy) = (exactly) `(0.0038879346) / (50.80234544)` =
**7.6530612244898 × 10**hundredweight (long)^{-5} - ? hundredweight (long) × `(50.80234544 ("kg"/"hundredweight (long)")) / (0.0038879346 ("kg"/"dram (apothecary; troy)"))` =
**?**dram (apothecary; troy)

If conversion between **hundredweight (long) to kilogram** and **kilogram to dram (apothecary; troy)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from hundredweight (long) to dram (apothecary; troy) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

hundredweight (long)Result in

Start value: | [hundredweight (long)] |

Step size | [hundredweight (long)] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

visual:

hundredweight (long) | dram (apothecary; troy) |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

10 | 130666.66666667 |

20 | 261333.33333333 |

30 | 392000 |

40 | 522666.66666667 |

50 | 653333.33333333 |

60 | 784000 |

70 | 914666.66666667 |

80 | 1045333.3333333 |

90 | 1176000 |

100 | 1306666.6666667 |

110 | 1437333.3333333 |

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Convert **Hundredweight (long) to other unit:**

### hundredweight (long)

Definition of hundredweight (long) unit: ≡ 112 lb av . =112 x 0.45359237 kg = 50.80234544 kg

Convert **Dram (apothecary; troy) to other unit:**

### dram (apothecary; troy)

Definition of dram (apothecary; troy) unit: ≡ 60 gr . The dram (alternative British spelling drachm) was originally both a coin and a weight in ancient Greece. = 60 grain = 3.8879346 g

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