Q: How many mg in 4 g?

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1000 mg = 1 g so 4000 mg = 4 g

1 g = 1000 mg; so (4 g) * (1000 mg/g) = 4000 mg

4000000 Âµg = 4 g

1 G = 1,000 mg 0.2 G = 200 mg 0.02 G = 20 mg

1 g = 1,000 mg 5 g = 5,000 mg

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1000 mg = 1 g so 4000 mg = 4 g

1 g = 1000 mg; so (4 g) * (1000 mg/g) = 4000 mg

1 g = 1,000 mg 2 g = 2,000 mg 3 g = 3,000 mg 4 g = 4,000 mg . . 40 g = 40,000 mg . . 400 g = 400,000 mg . . 4,000 g = 4,000,000 mg

4 g = 4000 mg

4000000 Âµg = 4 g

1 g = 1,000 mg 2 g = 2,000 mg 3 g = 3,000 mg . . . 100 g = 100,000 mg

There are 0.120 g in 120 mg. 1 g = 1000 mg 1 mg = 0.001 g

1 g = 1,000 mg 2 g = 2,000 mg 3 g = 3,000 mg . . . 15 g = 15,000 mg

There are 2.5 g in 2500 mg, as there are 1000 mg in 1 g.

1 G = 1,000 mg 0.2 G = 200 mg 0.02 G = 20 mg

48 g 19 mg is equal to 48.019 g.

Milligrams are thousandths of grams, therefore 0.2 mg is equal to 0.0002 g. 0.0008g divided by 0.0002g is 4. Therefore, it takes 4 0.2 mg tablets to contain 0.0008 g.