A pound of ground beef, a loaf of bread, and 3.5 apples are just a few examples of 500-gram things. The weight of 500 grammes is approximately 1.1 pounds.
Grams are a metric unit for mass, which is not the same as weight. A paperclip, a pinch of salt, or a dollar bill all weigh roughly one gramme. Kilograms (1 kg = 1,000 g) and tonnes are two more frequent metric units for mass. Ounces, pounds, and tonnes are the conventional mass units. Because a metric tonne weighs somewhat less than a standard tonne, it’s crucial to remember whether you’re using standard or metric units.