2 of 50 How many milligrams (mg) are in 50 grams (g)? (0.5 g = 500 mg)

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2022-07-17
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2 of 50 How many milligrams (mg) are in 50 grams (g)? (0.5 g = 500 mg)

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Abraham Norris

Answered 2022-07-18
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Find: How many milligrams are in 50 grams

Given: 0.5 g = 500 mg

If 0.5 gm = 500 mg

then 1 gm = 1000 mg

That said

If 1 gm = 1000 mg

$50\times 1\text{}gm=50\times 1000\text{}mg$

then 50 gm = 50,000 mg

Answer: There are 50,000 milligrams (mg) are in 50 grams.

Given: 0.5 g = 500 mg

If 0.5 gm = 500 mg

then 1 gm = 1000 mg

That said

If 1 gm = 1000 mg

$50\times 1\text{}gm=50\times 1000\text{}mg$

then 50 gm = 50,000 mg

Answer: There are 50,000 milligrams (mg) are in 50 grams.

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