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I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?

- kgreene

kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?

The original definition of the gram was the mass of 1 cmÂ³ of water at its maximum density (at 4 Â°C). This idea was carried over into the SI system so that the kilogram is the mass of 1000 cmÂ³ of water, and this volume is defined as the liter, so that 1 liter of water has a mass of 1 kilogram.

- Knight
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What fraction of a meter is a centimeter? please reply asap.

- mbslk32
**Posts:**1**Joined:**Wed Mar 09, 2005 8:39 am

Knight wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?

The original definition of the gram was the mass of 1 cmÂ³ of water at its maximum density (at 4 Â°C). This idea was carried over into the SI system so that the kilogram is the mass of 1000 cmÂ³ of water, and this volume is defined as the liter, so that 1 liter of water has a mass of 1 kilogram.

- Guest

kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?

- Guest

i am trying to convert 1KG of furnace oil into liters and 1KG of LPG (liquified petroleum gas) into liters. Please help.

- Ahmed Bukhari

dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 90 GRAMS IN mL

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i need to convert 2408 grams into kilograms

- Guest

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I need to know if 400 milliliters or 4 quarts go into 4 liters equally :?:

I need to know if 400 milliliters or 4 quarts go into 4 liters equally :?:

- IC3~T

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 250 grams into millilitres

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 80 grams into millilitres

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i need to convert 75mL to L

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- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i need to convert 2408 grams into kilograms

22.876 ml divided by 1000mls [which equals 1L]

= 0.022876 L

2408grams divided by 1000grams [which equal 1 kilogram]

= 2kg 408grams.

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 250 grams into millilitres

- Guest

"The volume of one can of pop is 355 mL. HOw many L are in one can of pop? HOw many cans of pop could you pour into a 2 L bottle?

- Guest

[quote="kgreene"]I am trying to convert 24 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into liters

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i need to convert 2408 grams into kilograms

22.876 ml divided by 1000mls [which equals 1L]

= 0.022876 L

2408grams divided by 1000grams [which equal 1 kilogram]

= 2kg 408grams.

Can someone help me convert these 8:

a) 0.765 g to kilograms

b) 1.34 g to milligrams

c) 34.2 mg to grams

d) 23 745 kg to milliograms (use two conversion factors)

a) 17.3 m to centimeters

b) 2.56 m to kilometers

c) 567 dm to meters

d) 5.13 m to millimeters

HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!

- Guest

[quote="Anonymous]Can someone help me convert these 8:

a) 0.765 g to kilograms

b) 1.34 g to milligrams

c) 34.2 mg to grams

d) 23 745 kg to milliograms (use two conversion factors)

a) 17.3 m to centimeters

b) 2.56 m to kilometers

c) 567 dm to meters

d) 5.13 m to millimeters

HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!![/quote]

No, I won't do all your homework for you. You have to:

1) Understand what the prefix means kilo= 1000, milli = 0.001

2) Understand that you can directly change them to/from scientific notation

Doing the first one as an example

0.765 g to kilograms

You want kilograms = 10^3 g

1 = 10^(-3) * 10^3

so 0.765 * 10^(-3) * 10^3 g = 0.765 * 10(-3) kg

= 0.000765 kg.

It is all moving decimals,after a little practice you can do it in your head.

a) 0.765 g to kilograms

b) 1.34 g to milligrams

c) 34.2 mg to grams

d) 23 745 kg to milliograms (use two conversion factors)

a) 17.3 m to centimeters

b) 2.56 m to kilometers

c) 567 dm to meters

d) 5.13 m to millimeters

HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!![/quote]

No, I won't do all your homework for you. You have to:

1) Understand what the prefix means kilo= 1000, milli = 0.001

2) Understand that you can directly change them to/from scientific notation

Doing the first one as an example

0.765 g to kilograms

You want kilograms = 10^3 g

1 = 10^(-3) * 10^3

so 0.765 * 10^(-3) * 10^3 g = 0.765 * 10(-3) kg

= 0.000765 kg.

It is all moving decimals,after a little practice you can do it in your head.

- Guest

:D :D

:D :DAnonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i need to convert 10.0 ml into L

22.876 ml divided by 1000mls [which equals 1L]

= 0.022876 L

2408grams divided by 1000grams [which equal 1 kilogram]

= 2kg 408grams.

- dont got one

Anonymous wrote:how do you convert 3g into milligrams?

The difference between gram and milligram is just moving the decimal place to the right 3 times so 3g = 3000 mg

- Guest

I'm trying to convert liters into kilogramsAnonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 24 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into liters

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 24 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into liters

- Guest

what are these?

46 km=__m

567mg=__g

0.62 kg= __ mg

24.7 g= __mg

329 mL= __ L

0.52 kL= __ mL

how many grams are in 1.01 kilograms?

how many cm are in 6.302 km?

46 km=__m

567mg=__g

0.62 kg= __ mg

24.7 g= __mg

329 mL= __ L

0.52 kL= __ mL

how many grams are in 1.01 kilograms?

how many cm are in 6.302 km?

- ttyryjfyu

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:I'm trying to convert liters into kilogramskgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 1 gram to 1 litre. How is this possible How can you convert grams into liters

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:I'm trying to convert liters into kilogramskgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 24 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into liters

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:I'm trying to convert liters into kilogramskgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 1 gram to 1 litre. How is this possible How can you convert grams into liters

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 2 grams to liters or mililiters. How is this possible How can you convert grams into lmililiters

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:I'm trying to convert liters into kilograms

- Guest

[b]sir i m try to convert 25gm into liter but i m not getting it so plz help me to short out this problem[b][size=18][/size][/b]

- kaushal

kaushal wrote:sir i m trying to convert 25gm into liter but i m not getting it so plz help me to short out this problem[b]

- Guest

- Guest

i need help!! Im trying to find out how many liters are in 150 cm cubed. I also need to know how many cm are in 100 mL. One more thing... I also need to know how many cm are in 5.0 liters :( :lol: :cry: :twisted: :roll: :wink:

- Guest

Hmmm. You can convert all that stuff on http://www.convertworld.com/en/volume/ and http://www.convertworld.com/en/weight/

- Guest

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i need to convert 75mL to oz]

- Guest

just for everyone

1 liter=100 milliliters

1000 liters=1 kiloliter

100 miligrams=1 gram

1000 grams=1 kilogram

10 millimeters=1 centimeter

100 centimeters=1 meter

1000 meters=1 kilometer

Also 1ml of water is the same as 1 gram or 1cm cubed. Metric measurements are based on this. If you need to convert some other substance to grams from ml or vice versa you need to find the density (mass to volume ratio) and go from there.

1 liter=100 milliliters

1000 liters=1 kiloliter

100 miligrams=1 gram

1000 grams=1 kilogram

10 millimeters=1 centimeter

100 centimeters=1 meter

1000 meters=1 kilometer

Also 1ml of water is the same as 1 gram or 1cm cubed. Metric measurements are based on this. If you need to convert some other substance to grams from ml or vice versa you need to find the density (mass to volume ratio) and go from there.

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 300 GRAMS IN mL

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 300 kilometers IN mph

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert dm into L, how do I do that?

- Guest

:oops:

I'm tring to help my 9 yrs old grandson convert 8liters into mililiters,Please

HELP.....asap

Thanks

I'm tring to help my 9 yrs old grandson convert 8liters into mililiters,Please

HELP.....asap

Thanks

- TAE

TAE wrote::oops:

I'm tring to help my 9 yrs old grandson convert 8liters into mililiters,Please

HELP.....asap

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- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Knight wrote:

The original definition of the gram was the mass of 1 cmÂ³ of water at its maximum density (at 4 Â°C). This idea was carried over into the SI system so that the kilogram is the mass of 1000 cmÂ³ of water, and this volume is defined as the liter, so that 1 liter of water has a mass of 1 kilogram.

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 25ml into cm3

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:just for everyone

1 liter=100 milliliters

1000 liters=1 kiloliter

100 miligrams=1 gram

1000 grams=1 kilogram

10 millimeters=1 centimeter

100 centimeters=1 meter

1000 meters=1 kilometer

Also 1ml of water is the same as 1 gram or 1cm cubed. Metric measurements are based on this. If you need to convert some other substance to grams from ml or vice versa you need to find the density (mass to volume ratio) and go from there.

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Knight wrote:

The original definition of the gram was the mass of 1 cmÂ³ of water at its maximum density (at 4 Â°C). This idea was carried over into the SI system so that the kilogram is the mass of 1000 cmÂ³ of water, and this volume is defined as the liter, so that 1 liter of water has a mass of 1 kilogram.

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:just for everyone

1 liter=1000 milliliters

1000 liters=1 kiloliter

100 miligrams=1 gram

1000 grams=1 kilogram

10 millimeters=1 centimeter

100 centimeters=1 meter

1000 meters=1 kilometer

Also 1ml of water is the same as 1 gram or 1cm cubed. Metric measurements are based on this. If you need to convert some other substance to grams from ml or vice versa you need to find the density (mass to volume ratio) and go from there.

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 1 cm3 millilitres

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 90 GRAMS IN mL

- Guest

The original definition of the gram was the mass of 1 cmÂ³ of water at its maximum density (at 4 Â°C). This idea was carried over into the SI system so that the kilogram is the mass of 1000 cmÂ³ of water, and this volume is defined as the liter, so that 1 liter of water has a mass of 1 kilogram.

- UR Mother's friend

The original definition of the gram was the mass of 1 cmÂ³ of water at its maximum density (at 4 Â°C). This idea was carried over into the SI system so that the kilogram is the mass of 1000 cmÂ³ of water, and this volume is defined as the liter, so that 1 liter of water has a mass of 1 kilogram.

- UR Mother's friend

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 450ml into cubic cm

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:

The original definition of the gram was the mass of 1 cmÂ³ of water at its maximum density (at 4 Â°C). This idea was carried over into the SI system so that the kilogram is the mass of 1000 cmÂ³ of water, and this volume is defined as the liter, so that 1 liter of water has a mass of 1 kilogram.

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 40 GRAMS IN ml

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:[quote="Anonymous]Can someone help me convert these 8:

a) 0.765 g to kilograms

b) 1.34 g to milligrams

c) 34.2 mg to grams

d) 23 745 kg to milliograms (use two conversion factors)

a) 17.3 m to centimeters

b) 2.56 m to kilometers

c) 567 dm to meters

d) 5.13 m to millimeters

HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!![/quote]

No, I won't do all your homework for you. You have to:

1) Understand what the prefix means kilo= 1000, milli = 0.001

2) Understand that you can directly change them to/from scientific notation

Doing the first one as an example

0.765 g to kilograms

You want kilograms = 10^3 g

1 = 10^(-3) * 10^3

so 0.765 * 10^(-3) * 10^3 g = 0.765 * 10(-3) kg

= 0.000765 kg.

It is all moving decimals,after a little practice you can do it in your head.[/quote]

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 275mL to L]

- me

guest wrote:Im trying to convert 0.67655 grams of ethanol

to milliliters. thanks

- Guest

just divide by 100, or move the decimal 2 places to the right

- kerkery

me wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 10 to the power 6mL to litres

- Guest

me wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 275mL to L]

I need to convert 474 liters to kiloliters

- Guest

dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

Simply divide by 1000

22.876 divided my 1000 = 0.022876 or 2.3 x 10 to the power of 2

- Guest

Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 250 grams into millilitres

- Guest

me wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L

i NEED TO CONVERT 275mL to L]

there are 1000 ml in 1 L. that's how easy it is

- Guest

ttyryjfyu wrote:what are these?

46 km=__m

567mg=__g

0.62 kg= __ mg

24.7 g= __mg

329 mL= __ L

0.52 kL= __ mL

how many grams are in 1.01 kilograms?

how many cm are in 6.302 km?

- Guest

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