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Yes it sure is! Remember that a gram is equal to a mililitre.

Certainly NOT! A gram is a measurement of weight and a litre is a measurement of volume. The 1:1 ratio is approximately true only for water. A liter is a volume enclosed in 10cm x 10cm x10 cm and a mililitre is respectively 1/1000 of that or a volume enclosed in 1cm x 1cm x 1 cm. So one ml of lead is absolutely NOT equal to a gram.

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7y ago

No. Since only 1gram water under NORMAL(4 Celsius,1 ATM etc.) conditions = 1 ml then since yogurt is denser than water there will be no chance for that

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10y ago

Does not convert; milligrams (mg) and grams are measures of weight or mass and mL (milliliters) is a measure of volume.

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14y ago

It depends on the yogurt. Different items weight different amounts, even if the volume is the same.

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12y ago

no , only pure water has a volume (in mm cubed ) the same as its weight (in gr) so 1 mm cubed of water is 1 gram etc , and 1ml = 1000 mm cubed

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11y ago

2/3 is the anwser

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15y ago

no

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Ethaniel Abello

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3y ago
Is 250g of water same as 250 ml

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13y ago

yes

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