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In the metric system 1 kilogram is equal to 1,000 grams. Therefore if you 500 grams, then you only have half a kilogram.

Mass uses (g) grams in metric systemBUT- MASS USES (kg) Kilogram IN THE SI SYSTEM

The unit of mass in the metric system is the gram. You can adjust that with the metric prefixes. A kilogram = 1000 grams, a milligram = 0,001 gram. and so on.

Originally it was the gram but this was later replaced by the kilogram (=1000 grams).

250 grams. One kilogram is 1000 grams. Metric, baby!

A Kilogram is 1,000 (one thousand) grams which is almost roughly equal to a ounce a kilogram is a metric measurement.

Grams for example: Kg,mg,g or kilogram milligram and gram

In the Metric System 1 Gram is .035 ounces. A Kilogram is 2.21 pounds.

You are a bit confused here. There is no such thing as 1 metric. Metric is the name of the system of measurement that is a decimalised system of measurement. 1Kilometre = 1000metres 1 Kilogram = 1000 grams 1 Square metre = 1000cubic decimetres etc

Yes. The unit for mass in the SI (the current version of the metric system) is the kilogram; a gram is simply 1/1000 of this. kilo means thousand.

In the metric system, 0.35 ounces is equal to 9.92233 grams. In kilograms, this would be equal to 0.00992233 kilograms. The kilogram is the basic unit of weight in the metric system.

In 1960 the metric system was revised to create the SI system. In SI the base unit of mass is the kilogram, to avoid confusion with earlier versions of the metric system the prefixes are still applied to grams.

It is 10 grams. A gram is part of the metric system.

When dealing with metric units, the prefix "kilo-" means "1,000".1 kilogram = 1,000 grams

The base unit of mass in the SI is the kilogram. There are a thousand grams in a kilogram, and a thousand kilograms in a tonne.

english. Metric weights are base on grams. Example, A kilogram = 1000 grams = 2.2 pounds.

One kilogram(Kg)is equal to 1000 grams.Kg is the metric unit that is equal to 1000 grams.

Weight is measured in kilograms. There are 1000 grams in 1 kilogram, and 1000 kilograms in 1 tonne.

One kilogram is one thousand grams. In the metric system, 'kilo' always means thousand.

There are 1000 grams in 1 kilogram, so you multiply kilograms by 1000 to get grams. For future reference, 'kilo' in the metric system is a prefix that means 1000 of a smaller unit: So, kilogram means 1000 grams, kilometer means 1000 meters, and so on.

In the metric or SI system it's grams (with added prefixes as appropriate).CommentThe SI unit for mass is a kilogram. A gram is a submultiple of the kilogram.

The base unit for mass is grams. The symbol for gram is g.

kilo is the root for 1000 in the metric system. So gram is to kilogram as meter is to kilometer, or one gram/meter is 1/1000 of a kilogram. Taking this in mind, every one hundred grams is 10% of a kilogram. So obviouisly 300 grams is 30% of a kilogram, or .3 kilos. I hope I helped you =)