does anybody know the actual count of briquettes in a large bag

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326 to 328 briquettes.

Method 1.

3 pounds of the old briquettes contained 53 briquettes. 3 pounds of the new briquettes contained 52.5 briquettes.

So, old B : 1lb=17.67 B

1bag=18.6lb=328.6 B

new B: 1lb=17.5 B

1bag=18.6lb=325.5B

Method 2.

When we weighed 7 whole, large briquettes of each type, both samples weight exactly 180 grams.

7 large B=180 grams, so 1 L B= 25.7 grams

In 18.6lb bag : ( since 1lb=453.59 grams ) 18.6 x 453.59=8436.8 grams

So, 8436.8 divide by 25.7=328 B

So, all large size B will yield 328.6 to all small at 325.5. So, I would say at average 327 briquettes in each 18.6lb bag.

Data in quotation was gathered from here.

http://www.nakedwhiz.com/productreviews/kvsk/oldkingsfordnew.htmNot sure why you would want to find out, but it was a challenge for me to find out regardless.

Open one up and count them and see if I am right.