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Depends on the substance. Grams are measures of mass, cups are measures of volume.
5 grams of lead are a very different volume than 5 grams of packing peanuts.
Interestingly, a US nickel weighs approximately 5 grams.
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So 150g(water) = .634 cup (water) which equals 5/8 of a cup plus
4 1/3 teaspoons if you have to measure it in to make 150g (150ml).
1 gram is like 1mL of water..
but there is no real answer for that, mL is measurement for liquids, where grams is for mass.
But if the cup is of water...
Calculations
Since cups are volume and grams are weight.
In water, 1 ml = 1 gm.
150 g = 150 ml (if water is in cup)
1 cup = 8 oz
1 oz = 29.57353 ml
8 oz = 236.588 ml
so 8oz = 236.588 grams
150g/236.588g = .634 cups
5/8th of a cup = .625
2/3rds of a cup = .667
48 tsp = 1 cup, so 1 tsp = 4.93 grams = .00208 cup
4 1/3 tsp = .00901333 g
.625+ .00901333 = 634 grams
So 150g(water) equals 5/8 of a cup plus 4 1/3 teaspoons.
2nd to last line term should read .625 + .00901333 = .634 cup, not 634 grams  sorry, meant cup.
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