Q: How many mm in a 0.4 grams?

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The British one penny is 20.32 mm in diameter with a thickness of 1.52 mm of bronze (if made between 1971 and 1992) and 1.65 mm copper-plated steel (if minted after 1992).The one penny weighs 3.5625 grams. The two pence is 25.9 mm in diameter and if minted before 1992 has a thickness of 1.85 mm (bronze), and if minted after 1992 has a thickness of 2.03 mm (copper-plated steel) and weighs 7.125 grams. The 5 pence is 18 mm in diameter and has a thickness of 1.7 mm or 1.89 mm and weighs 3.25 grams. The ten pence has a diameter of 24.5 mm with a thickness of either 1.85 mm or 2.05 mm and a weight of 6.5 grams. The twenty pence has a diameter of 21.4 mm and a thickness of 1.7 mm. The twenty pence weighs 5 grams. The 25 pence has a diameter of 38.61 mm, a thickness of 2.89 mm, and weighs 28.28 grams. The 50 pence has a diameter of 27.3 mm, a thickness of 1.78 mm, and weighs 8 grams. The one pound coin has a diameter of 22.5 mm, a thickness of 3.15 mm, and weighs 9.5 grams. The two pound coin has a diameter of 28.4 mm, a thickness of 2.5 mm, and weighs 12 grams. The five pound coin has a diameter of 38.61 mm, a thickness of 2.89 mm, and weighs 28.28 grams.

mm=millimetres = length. length and weight cannot be equated directly. though if you mean mg, there are 25,000milligrams in 25grams

A US dime has a diameter of 17.91 MM, a thickness of 1.35 MM, and a mass of 2.268 grams.

Yes. DD = Day MM = Month YYYY = Year. MM/DD/YYY Ex. 06/04/ 1996

122 mm

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.04 mm

0.04 m=40 mm

The British one penny is 20.32 mm in diameter with a thickness of 1.52 mm of bronze (if made between 1971 and 1992) and 1.65 mm copper-plated steel (if minted after 1992).The one penny weighs 3.5625 grams. The two pence is 25.9 mm in diameter and if minted before 1992 has a thickness of 1.85 mm (bronze), and if minted after 1992 has a thickness of 2.03 mm (copper-plated steel) and weighs 7.125 grams. The 5 pence is 18 mm in diameter and has a thickness of 1.7 mm or 1.89 mm and weighs 3.25 grams. The ten pence has a diameter of 24.5 mm with a thickness of either 1.85 mm or 2.05 mm and a weight of 6.5 grams. The twenty pence has a diameter of 21.4 mm and a thickness of 1.7 mm. The twenty pence weighs 5 grams. The 25 pence has a diameter of 38.61 mm, a thickness of 2.89 mm, and weighs 28.28 grams. The 50 pence has a diameter of 27.3 mm, a thickness of 1.78 mm, and weighs 8 grams. The one pound coin has a diameter of 22.5 mm, a thickness of 3.15 mm, and weighs 9.5 grams. The two pound coin has a diameter of 28.4 mm, a thickness of 2.5 mm, and weighs 12 grams. The five pound coin has a diameter of 38.61 mm, a thickness of 2.89 mm, and weighs 28.28 grams.

mm=millimetres = length. length and weight cannot be equated directly. though if you mean mg, there are 25,000milligrams in 25grams

4 cm = 40 mm, not .04 mm.

You can't convert grams (unit of weight) into millimeters (unit of length).

100 mm = 10 centimeters10 mm = 1 centimeter11.425 mm = 1.1425 centimeters10 cm * 1 cm * 1.1425 cm= 11.425 cm3============in volumeDensity = grams/cm3Copper density = 8.96 grams/cm38.96 g/cm3 = X grams/11.425 cm3= 102.368 grams====================sigi figis to you

By unit of length and mass and conversion ,we can say that mm and grams both belong to different categories and hence cant be converted into each other .

To convert grams to milligrams, you multiply by 1000. So, 160g is equal to 160,000mg.

123.8 millimetres by 57.6 mm by 7.6 mm. It weighs 112 grams.

The dimensions of British coins issued during the reign of Queen Victoria are - Quarter-Farthing - copper - diameter = 13.5 mm, weight = 1.175 grams. Third-Farthing (1844) - copper - diameter = 16 mm, weight = 1.564 grams. Third-Farthing (1866-1885) - bronze - diameter = 15.5 mm, weight = 0.946 grams. Half-Farthing - copper - diameter = 18 mm, weight = 2.313 grams. Farthing - (1838-1860) copper - diameter = 22 mm, weight = 4.7 grams. Farthing - (1860-1895) bronze - diameter = 20 mm, weight = 2.84 grams. Farthing - (1895-1901) bronze - diameter = 20 mm, weight = 2.857 grams. Halfpenny - (1838-1860) copper - diameter = 28 mm, weight = 9.457 grams. Halfpenny - (1860-1894) bronze - diameter = 26 mm, weight = 5.693 grams. Halfpenny - (1895-1901) bronze - diameter = 26 mm, weight = 5.644 grams. Penny - (1841-1860) copper - diameter = 34 mm, weight = 18.82 grams. Penny - (1860-1894) bronze - diameter = 30.81 mm, weight = 9.442 grams. Penny - (1895-1901) bronze - diameter = 30.81 mm, weight = 9.467 grams. Three Halfpence - sterling silver - diameter = 12 mm, weight = 0.7 grams. Threepence - sterling silver - diameter = 16 mm, weight = 1.414 grams. Fourpence (Groat) - sterling silver - diameter = 16 mm, weight = 1.87 grams. Sixpence - sterling silver - diameter = 19 mm, weight = 3.01 grams. Shilling - sterling silver - diameter = 23.5 mm, weight = 5.65 grams. Florin (Two Shillings)(1849-1887) - sterling silver - diameter = 30 mm, weight = 11.35 grams. Florin (Two Shillings)(1887-1892) - sterling silver - diameter = 29.5 mm, weight = 11.3 grams. Florin (Two Shillings)(1893-1901) - sterling silver - diameter = 28.5 mm, weight = 11.3 grams. Halfcrown - sterling silver - diameter = 32 mm, weight = 14.1 grams. Double-Florin (Four Shillings)(1887-1890) - sterling silver - diameter = 36 mm, weight = 22.62 grams. Crown (Five Shillings)(1844-1847) - sterling silver - diameter = 38 mm, weight = 28.35 grams. Crown (Five Shillings)(1887-1901) - sterling silver - diameter = 38.6 mm, weight = 28.35 grams. Half-Sovereign - 22 carat gold - diameter = 19.3 mm, weight = 3.99 grams. Sovereign - 22 carat gold - diameter = 22.05 mm, weight = 7.9881 grams.

A US dime has a diameter of 17.91 MM, a thickness of 1.35 MM, and a mass of 2.268 grams.