Q: How mang 1g to 1kg?

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Wonky English there... :-) 1kg = 1000g So 1kg is 999g more than 1g (gramme, not gram)

A book could weigh a kilogram. It is also likely to weigh a few hundreds of grams.

Since 1mL of water is equal to 1g, then 1000mL (or 1L) is equal to 1000g (or 1kg). Thus: 1L = 1kg.

Easy! 3 g! Because: 1kg=1000g 0.1kg=100g 0.01kg=10g 0.001kg=1g

15 million. 1kg = 1000g 15 kg = 15,000g 1g = 1000mg 15,000g x 1000 = 15,000,000 mg

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You would rather use 1g

1/1000 or 0.001

Wonky English there... :-) 1kg = 1000g So 1kg is 999g more than 1g (gramme, not gram)

A book could weigh a kilogram. It is also likely to weigh a few hundreds of grams.

Assuming a density of 1g/ml (i.e. water), A kg weighs 1000ml

1g of water is in theory equal to 1ml, so 1kg (in theory)

1000g = 1kg 1g = 0.001kg 120g = 0.12kg

Say you buy a 1kg bag of sugar for £1 1kg=100g 100g=£1 1g= 1p In short you will be buying sugar 1p per gram.

Say you buy a 1kg bag of sugar for £1 1kg=100g 100g=£1 1g= 1p In short you will be buying sugar 1p per gram.

Since 1mL of water is equal to 1g, then 1000mL (or 1L) is equal to 1000g (or 1kg). Thus: 1L = 1kg.

kilo- prefix means 1000 To convert a fraction to a percentage multiply by 100 % → 1g/1kg = 1g/1000g x 100 % = 1/10 % = 0.1 %