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How much protein (any of a large group of nitrogenous organic compounds that are essential constituents of living cells; consist of polymers of amino acids; essential in the diet of animals for growth and for repair of tissues) is there in 1 The pound or pound-mass (abbreviation:lbm, lbm), the unit of mass used in the imperial, United States customary and other systems of measurements of turkey, the food?

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I know from locally stored knowledge that:

20 grams of protein is the amount of the substance in 100g of turkey ([fact: ["664171060@trueknowledge.com"]])

20 grams of protein is the amount of the substance in 100g of turkey ([fact: ["664171060@trueknowledge.com"]])

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

protein is the first parameter of 20 grams of protein

protein is the first parameter of 20 grams of protein

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

20 grams is the second parameter of 20 grams of protein

20 grams is the second parameter of 20 grams of protein

gram
is the second parameter of
20 grams

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

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

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

Fact 1
is true for
all time
([fact: ["1050414402@trueknowledge.com"]])

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

Fact 1 is true at August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

Fact 1 is true at August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

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

The current time is August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

The current time is August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

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

20 is the first parameter of 20 grams

20 is the first parameter of 20 grams

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

20 is the product of 1 and 20

20 is the product of 1 and 20

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

mass is the class of the parametered object 20 grams

mass is the class of the parametered object 20 grams

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

20 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 20 and gram

20 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 20 and gram

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

Fact 2: 20 grams is equivalent to 20 grams

Fact 2: 20 grams is equivalent to 20 grams

Fact 2
is true at
August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

Fact 2:
gram
is the unit used in
20 grams

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

pound is the second parameter of 1 pound

pound is the second parameter of 1 pound

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

kilogram is the optimum conversion unit for pound ([fact: ["643321128@trueknowledge.com"]])

kilogram is the optimum conversion unit for pound ([fact: ["643321128@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 3:
0.45359237
is the multiplier that converts
pound and kilogram
([fact: ["641974492@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 3
is true for
July 1st 1959 onwards
([fact: ["2181912710@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 3
is true for
all time
([fact: ["910051066@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 4:
1,000
is the multiplier that converts
kilogram and gram
([fact: ["123916274@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 4
is true for
all time
([fact: ["1050410734@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 4
is true for
the beginning of time onwards
([fact: ["124046259@trueknowledge.com"]])

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

July 1st 1959 onwards is the timeperiod intersection of July 1st 1959 onwards and all time

July 1st 1959 onwards is the timeperiod intersection of July 1st 1959 onwards and all time

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

453.59237 is the product of 0.45359237 and 1,000

453.59237 is the product of 0.45359237 and 1,000

By calculation (generator: ["multiplier_that_converts2@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 5: 453.59237 is the multiplier that converts pound and gram

Fact 5: 453.59237 is the multiplier that converts pound and gram

Fact 5
is true for
July 1st 1959 onwards

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

Fact 5 is true at August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

Fact 5 is true at August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

By calculation (generator: ["multiplier_that_converts2@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 5 is true for the beginning of time onwards

Fact 5 is true for the beginning of time onwards

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

the beginning of time onwards is the timeperiod intersection of all time and the beginning of time onwards

the beginning of time onwards is the timeperiod intersection of all time and the beginning of time onwards

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

1 is the first parameter of 1 pound

1 is the first parameter of 1 pound

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

453.59237 is the product of 453.59237 and 1

453.59237 is the product of 453.59237 and 1

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

mass is the class of the parametered object 1 pound

mass is the class of the parametered object 1 pound

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

453.59237 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 453.59237 and gram

453.59237 grams is the parametered object corresponding to mass and 453.59237 and gram

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

Fact 2: 453.59237 grams is equivalent to 1 pound

Fact 2: 453.59237 grams is equivalent to 1 pound

Fact 2
is true at
August 21st 2014, 04:23:18

Fact 2:
gram
is the unit used in
453.59237 grams

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

453.59237 is the first parameter of 453.59237 grams

453.59237 is the first parameter of 453.59237 grams

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

9,071.8474 is the product of 20 and 453.59237

9,071.8474 is the product of 20 and 453.59237

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

90.718474 is the quotient of 9,071.8474 and 100

90.718474 is the quotient of 9,071.8474 and 100

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

90.718474 grams is strictly equal to 90.718474 grams

90.718474 grams is strictly equal to 90.718474 grams

I used the following facts to provide this answer:

20 grams of protein is the amount of the substance in 100g of turkey

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

kilogram is the optimum conversion unit for pound

0.45359237 has been the multiplier that converts pound and kilogram since at least July 1st 1959

0.45359237 has always been the multiplier that converts pound and kilogram and will be forever

1,000 has always been the multiplier that converts kilogram and gram and will be forever

1,000 has always been the multiplier that converts kilogram and gram

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