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How much caffeine, a bitter, white crystalline xanthine alkaloid that is a psychoactive stimulant drug is there in 100 grams (the metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram) of pectin, the food?

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I know from locally stored knowledge that:

0 milligrams of caffeine is the amount of the substance in 100g of pectin ([fact: ["664262236@trueknowledge.com"]])

0 milligrams of caffeine is the amount of the substance in 100g of pectin ([fact: ["664262236@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

caffeine is the first parameter of 0 milligrams of caffeine

caffeine is the first parameter of 0 milligrams of caffeine

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 milligrams is the second parameter of 0 milligrams of caffeine

0 milligrams is the second parameter of 0 milligrams of caffeine

milligram
is the second parameter of
0 milligrams

By calculation (generator: ["now@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

The current time is April 23rd 2014, 19:42:43

The current time is April 23rd 2014, 19:42:43

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 is the first parameter of 0 milligrams

0 is the first parameter of 0 milligrams

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 is the product of 1/1000 and 0

0 is the product of 1/1000 and 0

By calculation (generator: ["class_parametered_object@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

mass is the class of the parametered object 0 milligrams

mass is the class of the parametered object 0 milligrams

By calculation (generator: ["parametered_object_corresponding_to@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 0 and gram

0 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 0 and gram

By calculation (generator: ["equivalent_to6@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 1: 0 grams is equivalent to 0 milligrams

Fact 1: 0 grams is equivalent to 0 milligrams

Fact 1
is true at
April 23rd 2014, 19:42:43

Fact 1:
gram
is the unit used in
0 grams

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 is the first parameter of 0 grams

0 is the first parameter of 0 grams

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

gram is the second parameter of 100 grams

gram is the second parameter of 100 grams

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

Fact 2: 1 is the multiplier that converts gram and gram ([fact: ["684486504@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 2: 1 is the multiplier that converts gram and gram ([fact: ["684486504@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 2
is true for
all time
([fact: ["1050414402@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["timeperiodtopoint@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 2 is true at April 23rd 2014, 19:42:43

Fact 2 is true at April 23rd 2014, 19:42:43

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

100 is the first parameter of 100 grams

100 is the first parameter of 100 grams

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

100 is the product of 1 and 100

100 is the product of 1 and 100

By calculation (generator: ["class_parametered_object@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

mass is the class of the parametered object 100 grams

mass is the class of the parametered object 100 grams

By calculation (generator: ["parametered_object_corresponding_to@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

100 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 100 and gram

100 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 100 and gram

By calculation (generator: ["equivalent_to6@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 1: 100 grams is equivalent to 100 grams

Fact 1: 100 grams is equivalent to 100 grams

Fact 1
is true at
April 23rd 2014, 19:42:43

Fact 1:
gram
is the unit used in
100 grams

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

gram is a unit of measurement ([fact: ["1074150938@trueknowledge.com"]])

gram is a unit of measurement ([fact: ["1074150938@trueknowledge.com"]])

gram
is a
unit of mass
([fact: ["123885823@trueknowledge.com"]])

gram
is a
metric unit of measurement
([fact: ["134510873@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["instance_scalar_unit@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

gram is a scalar unit

gram is a scalar unit

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 is the product of 0 and 100

0 is the product of 0 and 100

By calculation (generator: ["quotient@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 is the quotient of 0 and 100

0 is the quotient of 0 and 100

By calculation (generator: ["strictequal1@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0 grams is strictly equal to 0 grams

0 grams is strictly equal to 0 grams

I used the following facts to provide this answer:

0 milligrams of caffeine is the amount of the substance in 100g of pectin

1 has always been the multiplier that converts gram and gram and will be forever

gram is an unit of measurement

gram is an unit of mass

gram is a metric unit of measurement

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