how many peanut m&ms are there in a 62 oz container?

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  • 4 weeks ago

    At the grocery I looked at "Nutrition Facts" boxes on a 10-oz package and a 38-oz package of peanut M&Ms.  (I didn't find any 62-oz packages.) They both said there were 12 pieces [of candy] in a "serving" and each serving weighed exactly 1 oz.  I see no reason to suppose the pieces to be a different size in a larger package, so:

    (62 oz) / (1 oz/serving) x (12 pieces/serving) = 744 pieces

    I don't like peanut M&Ms well enough to buy 62 oz. of them and count the pieces, but I would expect a certain small amount of variation from one package to the next anyway.

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  • david
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    62 oz are in a 62 oz package

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  • Dr W
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    as an estimate

    .. let's say the volume of each peanut m&m = 2.0 cm³

    .. let's say the mass of each peanut m&m = 2.6g

    .. let's say the packing density = 0.68 (close packing)

    .. (challenge those if you wish)

    then if your 62oz refers to a bag weight of m&m's

    .. 62oz... . 28.3g.. . 1m&m

     ----- ---- x ---- ---- x ----- ---- = 670 m&m's

    .. ... 1.. . .. .1 oz.. . ..2.6g

    but ii your 62oz is fluid oz... i.e.. a 62oz jar of m&m's

    .. 62oz.. . 28.4mL..  1m&m

     --- ----- x ---- ----- x ---- ---- =880 m&m's

    .. . .1.. .. . .. 1oz.. . ..2.0mL

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  • Jay
    Lv 6
    4 weeks ago

    depends on the shape of the container and how much of the space is occupied by other matter

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