Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?
Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
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Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert dm into L, how do I do that?
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I'm tring to help my 9 yrs old grandson convert 8liters into mililiters,Please
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Anonymous wrote: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.
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 25ml into cm3
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.
Anonymous wrote: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.
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.
Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
i NEED TO CONVERT 90 GRAMS IN mL
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.
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.
Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
Anonymous wrote: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.
Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
i NEED TO CONVERT 40 GRAMS IN ml
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]
Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
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me wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
me wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
i NEED TO CONVERT 275mL to L]
dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
i NEED TO CONVERT 250 grams into millilitres
me wrote:Anonymous wrote:dan wrote:I am trying to convert 22.876 mL into L
i NEED TO CONVERT 275mL to L]
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?
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert dm into L, how do I do that?
kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?
Anonymous wrote: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.
Anonymous wrote:kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?
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i need to convert 75mL to L
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kgreene wrote:I am trying to convert 7 liters into grams. How is this possible How can you convert grams into milliliters?
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Anonymous wrote:how do I convert 7 liters to milliliters?
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.
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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.