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`TP = "A" * "UP" / "B" `

Enter a value for all fields

The **Price per Weight or Mass** calculator computes the price to buy or sell a certain weight or mass(**A**) of a product at a unit price (**UP**) per unit weight or mass(**B**).

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose weight or mass units (e.g. pounds or kilograms) and currency units and enter the following:

- (
**A**) Weight or Mass of product to be bought or sold. For example, you wish to buy 15 pounds of cheese. - (
**UP**) Unit price for the unit weight or mass (**B**). For example UP = $49.95 (USD) for B = three pounds. - (
**B**) The unit weight or mass that costs the unit price (**UP**). For example, three pounds in the cheese example above.

**Price per Weight or Mass (TP):** The calculator returns price to associated to buy or sell A at UP per B. The price will be returned in United States Dollars (USD). However, this can be automatically converted into numerous other currencies (see list below) via the pull-down menu next to the answer.

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If you know how much a certain weight or mass is valued, you can use that information to compute the value of a different amount of product. For simple example, a 3 pounds (B) of ground beef may cost $6.30 (UP). In that case, how much would 15 pounds (A) cost?

`TP = A * "UP"/B`

where:

- TP = Total Price
- A = Amount of product desired
- UP = Unit Price for Mass or Weight B
- B = Unit Mass or Weight that is worth UP

A Currency Exchange Calculator can be found by CLICKING HERE.

A Mass/Weight Conversion Calculator can be found by CLICKING HERE.

**Note:** Mass and weight are technically different. Mass is the amount of matter and weight is the force of that mass affected by gravity. HOWEVER, since we humans almost always live on the surface of the Earth, there is an easy conversion between weight and mass, and we can therefore make easy and fairly accurate conversions between a mass (e.g. kilograms) and a weight (e.g. pounds).