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Q: What is a factor that always equals one?

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A fraction that equals one is called one whole. When the numarator is the same number as the denominator, it will always equal one whole.

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Yes. The prefix "milli" means 1/1000, and if you multiply that by a thousand, you get a factor of one - one gram in this case.

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A fraction that equals one is called one whole. When the numarator is the same number as the denominator, it will always equal one whole.

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It always equals one.

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