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The difference between kcal and cal is 1000 cal = 1 kcal.

However, we usually count food calories with kcal, and use kcal and cal

interchangeably. Therefore, 9 kcal [Food Calories] = 9 cal.

So, to the point: If there are 9 kcal in 1 g of fat, there are 9000 kcal in

1 kg of fat (1 kg = 1000 g).

Q: If there are 9kcal in 1g of fat how many in 1kg?

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1ML === ===

You would rather use 1g

1/1000 or 0.001

1 kg = 1,000g

The temperature of the water would be 4.58333 degrees Celsius higher.

Assuming a density of 1g/ml (i.e. water), A kg weighs 1000ml

1g of fat contains 9 calories. 1g of carbohydrates contains 4 calories. 1g of protein contains 4 calories. 1g of alcohol contains 7 calories.

under density of 1g/ml yes

carb= 4kcal/g fat=9 protein=4 26g of carb * 4kcal/1g= 104 kcal 0g of fat *9kcal/1g=0 2g of protein *4kcal=8kcal add all the result answer will be = 112kcal

One package of Starburst (42 gram package) contains: Total Fat = 3g Saturated Fat = 1g Polyunsaturated Fat = 1g Monounsaturated Fat = 1g

1g fat has 9 calories 1g carbohydrate has 4 calories 1g of protein has 4 calories

1000g = 1kg 1g = 0.001kg 120g = 0.12kg