# 1. 7m=_____cm, 2. 5.3cm=_____m, 3. 20000mm=____m, 4. 12.6dg=_____mg, 5. 8 g=_____kg, 6. 43 L=_____cl, 7. 5.7dl=_____L, 8. 53000cm=____km, 9. 0.09 dg=_____g, 10. 0.25 do=____hl

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1. 7m=_____cm

2. 5.3cm=_____m
3. 20000mm=____m
4. 12.6dg=_____mg
5. 8 g=_____kg
6. 43 L=_____cl
7. 5.7dl=_____L
8. 53000cm=____km
9. 0.09 dg=_____g
10. 0.25 do=____hl​

Kilograms

The SI (Standard International) unit of mass is kilograms.

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Other Units of Mass

Although, the most commonly used units to measure the mass of an object are grams and kilograms, however, it also has several other units that are multiples and submultiples of SI units. These units are convenient when we have to measure the masses of extremely small or large quantities. In these cases, we express the masses of the objects as multiples and submultiples of grams. The following table shows the relationship between the large and small units with grams.

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1 tonne (T) 1000000 grams

1 kilogram (kg) 1000 grams

1 hectogram (hg) 100 grams

1 decagram (dag) 10 grams

1 decigram (dg) 0.1 grams

1 centigram (cg) 0.01 grams

1 milligram (mg) 0.001 grams

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Note that each unit is 10 times larger than the previous.

We multiply or divide the units to convert them from one form to another. For instance, if you have to convert 50 kg to decigram, then you will use the following procedure.

1 kg = 1000 grams

Step-by-step explanation: