No. 500mg = 0.5g ; 5g = 5000 mg
5g = 5000mg5000/500 = 10
Well if one tablet is equaled to 500mg, and you need to get to 2.5g for the order. You'd need approximately 5 pills. 1 Pill @ 500 mg (.5g) 1 Pill @ 500 mg (.5g) =====1000 mg = 1g 1 Pill @ 500 mg (.5g) 1 Pill @ 500 mg (.5g) =====1000 mg = 1g + 1g = 2g's 1 Pill @ 500mg (.5g) = 500mg = 1g + 1g + .5g = 2.5g's.
4000g is greater than 5g.
Neither; 43mg is less than 5g.
5g is 5000mg, and 5000 is greater than 750. So 5g is larger than 750mg (3/4g).
5g is a measure of mass. 0.0508 is a pure number. A number cannot be greater than, less than or equal to a measure of mass. 0.0508 could represent 0.0508 tons - which would be greater than 5g. Or it could represent 0.0508 milligrams, which would be a lot smaller than 5g.
They are both the same.
5000mg = 5g So 500g is greater than 5000mg.
Neither, they are equal.
43mg = 0,043 grams 5 grams is more than 100 times greater
1 gram = 1000 milligrams, so 500 mg = 0.5 grams, so 5 / 0.5 = 10 times
5g is bigger then 508mg
5 g is greater than 43 mg
5g. There are 1000 mg in one g.
there are 1000 grams in a kilo so will have to do the math and divide
No 43 mg equals 0.043 g which is obviously less than 5 g.
None. Except that the amount of the active ingredient in the 500 mg tablet may be more accurate.
1000 mg = 1 g so 43 mg < 5 g
5008 milligrams is larger than 5 grams (5000mg) by 8 milligrams.