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the question makes very little sense- there are obviously 5mg in 5mg. so no amount of 5mg will ever equal 1mg because they are the same units. you would need 1mg for 1mg or 1/5(one-fifth ie. 1) of 5mg

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5mg/30mcg = 5000mcg/30mcg = 5000/30 = 166.66...

1 mg = 1000 mcg so 0.5 mg = 0.5*1000 = 500 mcg

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2.5mg + 2.5mg = 5mg

To change mg to mcg, add 3 zeros. 5mg = 5000mcg. That's all there is to it!

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5mg/30mcg = 5000mcg/30mcg = 5000/30 = 166.66...

1 mg = 1000 mcg so 0.5 mg = 0.5*1000 = 500 mcg

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5000mcg equals 5mg

5000mcg equals 5mg (1000mcg per mg).