Massa 3200 anti-catabolic 1 kg how many grams

Conversion of mass measure

Conversion of mass measurements

The conversion figure between tons and kilograms is1 000: 1 t = 1,000 kg

The conversion figure between kilograms and decagrams is100: 1 kg = 100 days

The conversion figure between decagrams and grams is10: 1 day = 10 g

1 t = 1,000 kg = 100,000 dag = 1,000,000 g

1 kg = 100 days = 1 000 g

Usually the unit of measurement is sufficient Gram in daily use as the smallest unit of measurement. However, there are still smaller units, namely milligrams, micrograms, nanograms and picograms.

1 milligram (mg) = 1 thousandth of a gram

1 microgram (µg) = 1 millionth of a gram

1 nanogram (ng) = 1 billionth of a gram

1 picogram (pg) = 1 trillionth of a gram

Examples

1) Convert to the next smaller unit:

To convert to the next smaller unit, it must be multiplied by 10 or 100 or 1000!

2 days = 20g

13 kg = 1 300 days

4 t = 4,000 kg

2) Convert to the next larger unit:

To convert to the next larger unit, you have to divide by 10 or 100 or 1000!

20 g = 2 days

500 dag = 5 kg

16,000 kg = 16 t

3) Convert to a smaller unit:

2 kg = 2 000 g (because you have to multiply by 100 to get from kg to dag and you have to multiply by 10 to get from dag to g)

9 t = 900 000 dag (because you have to multiply by 1000 to get from t to kg and you have to multiply by 100 to get from kg to dag)

4) Convert to a larger unit:

12 000 g = 12 kg (because you have to divide by 10 to get from g to dag and you have to divide by 100 to get from dag to kg)

700 000 dag = 7 t (because you have to divide by 100 to get from dag to kg and you have to divide by 1000 to get from lg to t)

Usually the unit of measurement is sufficient ton as the largest unit of measurement in daily use. However, there are still larger units, namely kilotons, megatons and gigatons.

1 kiloton (kt) = 1,000 tons

1 megaton (mt) = 1 million tons

1 gigatonne (gt) = 1 billion tons

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Jacob

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Rosi

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Doris

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Franz Paller

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ZuZZ

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Melicorn_

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Bruckavskayamaya

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Nelli

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Jalo

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Comment # 45316 by Erich Hnilica, BEd 02/22/21 6:45 pm
Erich Hnilica, BEd

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By the way: The introductory text also contains the explanation for dag -> decagram.
best regards
Eric
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