# Chemistry

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What is the correct set up for:
How many milligrams are in 67 Kilograms?
I think this might be correct but I am unsure.

67kg x (1g/10^3kg) x (1mg/10^-3g)

Thank you!

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67 000 000 milligrams

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Is 1g = 1000 kg? I think 1000g = 1 kg. Your term of 1mg/10^-3 g is ok but I prefer to write 1000 mg/1g

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