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Q: How many 500 mg vitamin tablets equal one gram?

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Two! One gram equals 1000 milligrams. 500 + 500 = 1000.

I think there is 1000mg in a gram, so that would be four tablets if they are 250mg each.

10 will be over a gram, 9 will be under.

I milligram = one-thousandth of a gram...

0.25 gram = 250 milligrams

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Two! One gram equals 1000 milligrams. 500 + 500 = 1000.

1000 mg is a gram. It would take four 0.25 g tablets to equal one gram. So it would take four 0.25 g tablets to equal 1000 mg.

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1 gram = 1000 mg so if you have 1 table of 250mg you wil gave to divide 1000 by 250 which gives you = 4 tablets your Answer is 4 tablets

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Vitamin D is measured in micrograms (mcg) not milligrams (mg). 400 IU is equal to 10 micrograms, so one 2000 IU tablet of vitamin D would equal 50 mcg, and 40 2000 IU tablets would equal 2000 mcg.

One gram equals 1000 milligrams. Four 250mg tablets would equal one gram. So you would give 4 times as many pills.

200 milligrams = 0.2 grams therefore 5 x 200 mg = 1 gram.

If by mg u mean milligram then there are 500 tablets in a gram

Two tablets.

Assuming you mean 500mg not 5000 - you would need two tablets for a 1 gram dose.

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