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A mouse has a mass of 18 g. A guinea pig has a mass of 0.85 kg. Is the mass of the two animals together greater or less than 1 kg? And why?

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    Isn't the mouse mass .018kg?

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    If the mouse weighs 0.018 kg (18 g), and the guinea pig weighs 0.85, they both add up to weigh 0.868 kg, which is less than 1 kg.

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