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The Density of skim milk at 20.0 levels C (68 F) could be 1.033

kg/L. The load could be mass*g, and mass could be density time

quantity. A half gallon is roughly 1.9L. So 1.033kg/L*1.9L=1.955kg.

The load would then be 1.955kg*9.8m/s^2=19.18 N. 1 Newton is

0.2248 kilos pressure. So 19.18*.2248=4.3 lb. One Half gallon of milk

is roughly 4.3 kilos.

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