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1 billion micrograms = 1 kilogram ___________________________ 1 kilogram = 109 microgram

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Exactly 1,000,000,000 or one billion.

1 billion micrograms = 1 kg

1 kilogram = 1 billion micrograms.

The kilogram is bigger; 1 kg=109 micrograms.

There are 1000kg in a gram and there are 1,000,000 micrograms in a gram. Therefore there are 1,000,000,000 micrograms in a kilogram. So Then there will be 5,600,000,000 micrograms in 5.6 kilograms.

There are one million micrograms in a gram, there are one thousand grams in a kilogram. Multiply by 1,000,000,000

There are 1,000,000,000 micrograms in a kilogram. You have to multiply by a billion here. 4.23x1,000,000,000 gives you 4,230,000,000 micrograms.

5 000 micrograms = 5 000.10-9 kg = 5.10-6 kg

no; the kilogram is bigger: 1 kg=109 micrograms.

One billion (10^9) micrograms = 1 kilogram So 4630 micrograms = 4630/10^9 = 4.63*10^-6 kilograms.

1 microgram is 0.000000001 kilogram = 10-9 kilogramor1 kilogram = 109 micrograms1g = 1 000 000 µg1kg = 1000g1 000 000µg/g x 1000g/kg = 1 000 000 000µg/kg = 1.0 x 109µg/kg

There are one million micrograms in one gram.

It all depend on if they were fat micro organisms or skinny ones.

no; the kilogram is bigger: 1 kg=109 micrograms.

One million micrograms1 gram = 1000000 micrograms1,000,000 micrograms in a gram

1 million micrograms = 1 gram 1 thousand grams = 1 kilogram (and 1 kilogram = about 2.2 pounds actually, 2.2046226 pounds)

There are 1000000 micrograms in one gram.

There are 1000 micrograms in one milligram.

Yes it is. A kilogram is 1000 grams. However, 1,000,000 micrograms is just 1 gram. 1,000,000 micrograms is 1000 times smaller than a kilogram.

400 micrograms = 400.10-9 kg = 4.10-7 kg

There are 1000 micrograms in one milligram.

1 ounce = 28,349,523.1 micrograms.