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That is the problem. I am having trouble locating a simple forumla for this. All I can seem to find involve having the radius of the balloon which I do not have. In the book it says each cubic foot of helium can lift .069 lb, so this may play a factor but I am unsure of how exactly. I have thought about converting 199KG to lbs and dividing by .069. Is this thinking correct?