kilogram, gram, decigram, centigram and milligram
assuming you meant centimeter as centigram : micogram, milligram, centigram, kilogram, megagram.
it is kilogram but milligram, gram, centigram and tonne can also be as opposite does not have a fixed value in numbers
Kilogram is bigger. parts of a gram: 10-1 gram = 1 decigram 10-2 gram = 1 centigram 10-3 gram = 1 milligram
1 centigram = 0.00001 kilograms. 1 kilogram = 100,000 centigrams.
A centigram is 1/100 of a gram where a kilogram is 1000 grams. So a kilogram is larger. Or to be correct heavier.
The term 'milli' means one thousandth. The term 'centi' means one hundredth. 1millimetre is 0.001Metre. 1 centimeter is 0.01 Metre. You can now see that a CENTIMETRE is 10 times as large as a MILLIMETRE. The same rules apply to Grams, so Answer is: Centigram is 10 times the size of a Milligram It is very rare for people to refer to a Centigram. The measures, Gram and Milligram and Kilogram, are the most commonly used.
A metric unit for measuring an objects mass is a gram and its multiples or submultiples such a decagram, centigram, milligram, hectogram, kilogram