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Express 15 g as a decimal of 3 kg

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  1. 15g/3kg = 15g/3000g = 0.005

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  2. Express 15 gas a decimal of 30kg

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  3. 3kg 15g in decimal

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  4. I don't know the answer since I was the one that asked the question

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