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Metric measure of mass for large objects?
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grams, milligrams, kilograms, all the gram things
kilograms or kg 1000g = 1kg 2.2lbs = 1kg
It is called a gram
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The standard, or basic, metric (SI) unit for the measurement for mass is the kilogram, kg. Any form of gram can be used, such as gram, g; milligram, mg; nanogram, ng.
The SI unit of mass is the Kilogram.
The gram. Other units of mass are derived from the gram. For instance, 1000 grams is a kilogram and 1/1000th of a gram is a milligram.
The mass doesn't change; just the numbers.
The mass would not change, only the numbers describing the amount of mass would change.
The SI (International System of Units) base unit for mass is kilogram (kg). .
It a kilogram (kg), despite starting as 'kilo' which means a thousand. It's not the gram as some might assume.
Some examples are kilogram, gram, and milligram.
The metric unit is the kilogram (1kg is about 2.2 pounds).
The gram (g) and kilogram (kg). 1 kilogram = 1000 grams