# Science/MH

1) 63 cm < 6m
2) 5g > 508mg
3) 1,500mL < 1.5L
4)536cm < 53.6dm
5)43mg < 5g
6)3.6m > 36cm
Thanks, if I'm wrong please tell me:) THANK YOU!!!

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1. the second and third are wrong.

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