I have no doubt that saffron would be worth more than gold, and the amount you choose to weigh is also a matter for debate.
However, some goldsmiths argue saffron isn’t worth the same price as gold. This is because saffron is not a material, but is instead a color, so it has a color. But because it is not a color, you would not be able to gauge the weight of saffron like a goldsmith would. Even if saffron was made into a gold alloy, the weight would not correlate with the price as it would not have any material component within it.
The weight of gold is only measured in “grams” and “metric tonnes”. For example, a gram weighs 0.067142523442454 kilograms.
So let’s say you want to determine which currency the item is worth.
The best way to determine the unit is in pound sterling, and this is the only unit used by the government and the International Monetary Fund. Pound is used in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, the United States, and Argentina; and, as such, this currency is the only one that can accurately be used.
To determine the currency of saffron, you would need to do several calculations, so I would recommend researching the size of the bulb and using the approximate weight, then you need to use the equation that was first created in the early 1900’s by Nobel Prize winner Albert Einstein. This equation is as follows:
I have tried to keep the mathematical formulas simple and easy to understand because learning this kind of complicated maths can be quite difficult. You may have some difficulty learning this form of math but, if you don’t, try to remember the equations.
1. (kg) = 1*(lbs)^2
2. (kg) = 1*(ml)^2
3. (lb) = 1*(m)^3. The square root of -3m was found in 1858 by French mathematician Jean-Jacques Calvo as the “eighth prime number”.
4. A “pound” is equal to 3.28145414442454 ounces.
5. You will need to divide this by 6.5, but you only need to do this twice. When doing this, make sure you do it in the negative zone. This gives you the amount of ounces that