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Q: How many micrograms does 6 milligrams equal?

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Depends on what liquid you are talking about. For example, water is 1ml for every 1g. 600 mg is 0.6g. So 0.6g of water is 0.6ml. If you are looking for a different liquid, look up it's density.

0.001 grams equals 1 milligrams (mg). And 0.001 milligrams in 1 microgram (mg), therefore 0.000001 grams (or 1 x 10-6) in 1 microgram. There are therefore 100,000 micrograms in a gram and in context 1000 milligrams in a gram.

There are 1000 milligrams in a gram. Therefore 2.3mg is 0.0023 grams

there are 1,000 micrograms in a miligram, so to convert mg to mcg you need to multiply by 1,000 (or move the decimal 3 spots to the right) giving you 50 mcgs. To convert mcg to mg you would divide by 1,000 or move the decimal 3 spots to the left. Lester

6 g = 6000 mg 0.6 g = 600 mg

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There are 1000 micrograms in one milligram. Therefore, 6000 micrograms is equal to 6000/1000 = 6 milligrams.

6,000 micrograms in 6 mg.

0.2 milligrams is 200 micrograms. 1 milligram is 1x10^-3 grams 1 microgram is 1x10^-6 grams

There are 1000 micrograms in a milligram. So here you multiply by 1000. 6*1000 is 6,000 micrograms.

micro = 10**-6 milli = 10**-3 45 milligrams = 45000 micrograms

Depends on what liquid you are talking about. For example, water is 1ml for every 1g. 600 mg is 0.6g. So 0.6g of water is 0.6ml. If you are looking for a different liquid, look up it's density.

1000 micrograms = 1 milligram so 6000 mcg = 6000/1000 mg = 6 mg

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0.001 grams equals 1 milligrams (mg). And 0.001 milligrams in 1 microgram (mg), therefore 0.000001 grams (or 1 x 10-6) in 1 microgram. There are therefore 100,000 micrograms in a gram and in context 1000 milligrams in a gram.

How many milligrams is in 1 teaspoon

No, it is actually 1000 times larger. This is because there are 1000 micrograms in a milligram. So there will be 6000 micrograms in 6 milligrams.

There are 1000 micrograms in a milligram. Therefore 0.3mg is 300 micrograms. 300 / 50 gives 6. You are correct.