physics

Express the following measurements as indicated.

A. 6.20 mg in kilograms
B. 3X10^-9 s in milliseconds
C. 88.0 km in meters

A. 6.20mg (1g/1000mg)(1kg/1000g)

You do the rest. I will be happy to critique your work.

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