# A person weighs 83.2 kg. What is this person's weight in pounds?

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To convert kilograms to pounds, you can use the conversion factor that 1 kilogram is approximately equal to 2.20462 pounds.

[ \text{Weight in pounds} = \text{Weight in kilograms} \times 2.20462 ]

Substituting the given weight of the person, which is 83.2 kilograms:

[ \text{Weight in pounds} = 83.2 \times 2.20462 ]

[ \text{Weight in pounds} \approx 183.401344 ]

Therefore, the person's weight is approximately 183.40 pounds.

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