4000g is the same as 4kg so 5kg is heavier.
No, kg stands for 1,000 grams. 4,000 grams is 4kg
1 kg = 1,000 g2 kg = 2,000 g..5 kg = 5,000 g500 of them would be less.
5kg is greater than 5lbs
Water's density is always less than that of mercury regardless of mass.
The answer will depend on their positions (heights).
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5 kg is equal to 49.05 newtons.
11.02 pounds equals 5kg
Lead will always have the greater density compared to aluminium. The weight only influences the volume in question. 10kg of Al will be much more(bigger in size) than 5kg of lead.
kg and kilograms are the same thing.
Just compare the number of kilograms.
There are 1,000 gm to 1 kg. Therefore, 500 gm only equals half a kilogram. Which makes 5 kilograms much greater than 500 gm.
Which is greater 55000 mg or 5 kg
There are 1000 grams to a kilogram. 2 kg + 450 g is 2400 grams, or 2.45 kg. Less than half of 5 kilogram (which is 5000 grams)
No, 5 kg = 5,000,000 mg
25 x 200 grams is equal to 5kg's
the answer is 5kg the answer is 5kg
5kg = 11 pounds.
the two quantities are different - 5kg indicates the mass of the object, ie how much stuff it contains, a newton is a force, in this case a weight (a force produced by gravity, the mutual attraction of two objects with mass). The weight produced by 5kg depends on g, which is a function of how massive the other object is and how far away you are from its center. Assuming you mean 'how many newtons is 5kg on the surface of earth', g is about 9.81. To get the weight (in newtons) from the mass (in kg) all you do is multiply by g - so 5kg by 9.81 roughly equals 49 newtons. The apparent weight may be less than this. If you only want a rough estimate, then if we approximate the g from 9.81 to 10, then the force (in Newtons) is almost equal to the mass (in kg) multiplied by 10. Therefore 5kg is almost 50N (but actually less than 50). It is not accurate but it gives you an idea of the magnitude.