Yes, 1 kg is bigger than 900 g.1 kg = 1000 g > 900 g
2 kg is bigger
I think that cg is bigger than g
2500 g = 2.5kg
1 kg is heavier. 1kg is the same as 1,000 grams, which is clearly bigger than 900 grams.
2kg (2,000 g) is larger than 1,500g.
no 5,734 g is 204 g bigger than 5.53 kg
Since 1.7 kg is 1700 g, it is bigger than 17 g.
2000. 1kg is the same as 1000g, so 2kg would be the same as 2000.
A gram is 1000 times bigger than a milligram
there are 1000 grams in a kg so 3kg is larger than 2kg 550 g
1 kg = 1,000 g. 1,020 g is bigger than that.
A kg (kilogram) is bigger than a g (gram). A kg (kilogram) is equal to 1000 g (grams)
The gravitational potential energy of a 2kg object 1m off the ground is 2kg × g × 1m = 19.6J, where g is the acceleration at 9.8m/sec2.
5 grams is bigger than 43mg
Times by 1000. For Example if you want to convert 2kg to g all you need to do is: 2kg x 1000 = 2000g
1.3 kg is 1 g more than 1299 g
5 g is bigger than 43 mg.
900 grams of what? 900 grams of lead is a different volume than 900 grams of hydrogen.
1kg is bigger in terms of mass than 1g
Kilogram is 1,000 times bigger than gram. (Kilo means 1,000)