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6.2 kilograms = ____ grams

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1. 78.36 liters = ____ milliliters
2. 12.3 meters = ____ centimeters
3. 3.2 meters = ____ kilometers 
someone answer these problems.... please!!!!

can somebody help me answer this question.
12.3 meters = ___ centimeters 
Check this site.
http://lamar.colostate.edu/~hillger/common.html 
For the first 2, please see the other posts. For the 3rd, did you get .0032?
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