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 [Formula: lbf = N x 0.224809]   [Printer friendly]  [Pound-force to Newtons] N   lbf
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# Newtons to Pound-force Conversion Table

 N  =  0.224809 lbf

# How to convert from Newtons to Pound-force

Since 1 Newton is equal to 0.224809 Pound-force, we could say that n Newtons are equal to 0.224809 times n Pound-force. In other words, we could use the following formula:

Pound-force = Newtons x 0.224809

For example, let's say that we want to convert 2.0 Newtons to Pound-force. Then, we just replace Newtons in the abovementioned formula with 2.0:

Pound-force = 2.0 x 0.224809

That is, 2.0 Newtons are equal to 0.449618 Pound-force.