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There will be 2.5 cups in 10 100 grams cup for 250 grams of any soild or liquid matters.
Not true. Grams measure weight, and cups measure volume. Anything with high density will require less volume to achieve the same weight, vice versa for low density. For example, chocolate is more dense than marshmallows. Therefore, if you needed 10 grams of chocolate and 10 grams of marshmallows, the "cup" (or volume) measure of the chocolate would be less than that of the marshmallows because less is required to achieve the same weight.