Q: What is the answer to 3x1000?

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There are 1000mg in 1 gram. 3x1000 = 3000

3x1000 + 6x100 + 1x10 + 2x1/10 + 1x1/1000 = 3000 + 600 + 10 + 0.2 + 0.001 = 3610.201

There are 1000mm in a metre. Therefore 3x1000 is 3000mm. 3000/100 is 30 times.

Expanded notation is when you write a number as its digits multiplied by their values, like this: 3451=(3x1000)+(4x100)+(5x10)+(1x1)

how to write 1,183,541,029 expanded notation

(4x10000000)+(0x1000000)+(0x100000)+(2x10000)+(3x1000)+(0x100)+(3x10)+(2x1)

3861 =3000 + 800 + 60 + 13(1000) + 8(100) + 6(10) + 1(1)(3x1000) + (8x100) + (6x10) + (1x1)

Clouds vary in height above the Earth's surface from zero (called Fog) to "Noctilucent" clouds, about 50 miles above the surface. Common Cumulus clouds have their bottoms very roughly a mile above the surface. If you know the "dew point" from a weather forecast and there are clouds, you can usually estimate their height by multiplying one third of the difference between the surface temperature and the dew point by 1000 feet, so, for example, if the temperature is 72 degrees (F) and the dewpoint is 60 degrees, the clouds start to form at an altitude of (72-60)/3x1000 feet, or 4,000 feet. If there is a second layer of clouds above that, they are presumably ice clouds and their altitude is probably about (72-32)/3x1000 feet, or 13,000 feet.

If you are going to divide litres by a large amount (like 1,000) it would be helpful to first convert the figure into millilitres. There are 1,000 millilitres in a litre, and thus you can convert from litres to millilitres by multiplying by 1,000. In this case we have 3 litres, so would do 3x1000 = 3,000 millilitres. Divide this figure as stated in the question and you get 3 millilitres. Therefore 3 litres divided by 1,000 is 3 millilitres.

No, 25kg is the equivelant of 25000grams. Meaning therefore, 250 grams is 0.25kg By the way, quite easy to find a conversion table on many search engines.

Neither. 3 L and 3000 mL are equal to the same volume.

Such a shape has two components to its cross-section * A rectangle 11 metres long and 1.5 metres and * a triangle 11 metres long and 0.5 metres high The square area of these is (11 x 1.5) + 1/2(11 x 0.5) These work out as (16.5) + 1/2(5.5) = (16.5) + (2.75) = 19.25 Square Metres Now we can work on the width of the pool and get cubic metres 19.25 x 9 = 173.25 cubic metres. 1 cubic metre = 1,000 litres so 173.25 cubic metres = 173,250 litres.