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 What is the weight of a standard piece of paper?

Answer A regular piece of printer or copier paper weighs about 1/100th of a pound, or 4.5 grams. A standard 500-sheet ream of 20 lb. paper weighs 5 lbs. (the 20-lb classification refers to the weight of a... Read More »
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How many reams of paper are in a standard box of copier paper?

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What is the size of an A3 piece of paper?

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How many calories are there in a piece of paper?

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