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redfemale
Junior Member

USA
3 Posts

Posted - 09/16/2007 :  15:36:48  Show Profile
need help with metrics and measurements. 35ml= dl
950g= kg
275mm= cm
1,000L= kl
1,000ml= L
4,5000mg= g
25cm= mm
0.005kg= dag
0.075m= cm
15g= mg


Admin note: This is a parent trying to help her child.
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Admin
Forum Admin

USA
635 Posts

Posted - 09/16/2007 :  17:18:35  Show Profile
quote:



>"Admin note: This is a parent trying to help her child."

I'm just curious, not critical. This is the internet; how do you determine that?




I don't. But this parent just happened to have emailed me when registering.

Gisele
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redfemale
Junior Member

USA
3 Posts

Posted - 09/16/2007 :  19:25:19  Show Profile
thanks 4 answering. I am a parent trying to help my sons, happy anniversary. I still have more to go. thanks
quote:
Originally posted by redfemale

need help with metrics and measurements. 35ml= dl
950g= kg
275mm= cm
1,000L= kl
1,000ml= L
4,5000mg= g
25cm= mm
0.005kg= dag
0.075m= cm
15g= mg


Admin note: This is a parent trying to help her child.

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sahsjing
Advanced Member

USA
2399 Posts

Posted - 09/16/2007 :  19:40:48  Show Profile
Prefix:
m: 10^(-3)
k: 10^3
c: 10^(-2)

Once you know the prefixes, you can use dimensional analysis to get all these answers.
For example,
950g
= (950g)(1kg/1000g) = 0.95kg
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