There can be no equivalence. A milligram is a measure of mass. A millilitre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider a millilitre of air. How many milligrams? Next consider a millilitre of Mercury. How many milligrams? The masses of equal volumes of the two substances will clearly be very different. So there is no direct conversion between mass and volume: you need to know the density of the substance to enable you to carry out the conversion. Many people believe that there is an exact conversion for pure water: that is not true. It is only an approximation and that has been the case since 1964 when the definition of the litre was changed.
Milliliters can't be converted to milligrams. Milliliters measure volume, while milligrams measure mass.
1.7mg equals 1700mcg
There are 1,000 micrograms (mcg) per milligram. So, mg x 1,000 = mcg
1 mg = 1000 mcg so 6 mg = 6*1000 = 6000 mcg. Simple!
No, 1mcg is 1,000 times smaller than a milligram.
There are 1000 micrograms in a milligram. Therefore 50 micrograms is 0.05 milligrams.
It's in the prefixes: "micro" in SI units means "one millionth" while "milli" means one thousandth". Thus a microgram is one one-millionth (10^ -6) of a gram, while a milligram is one one-thousandth (10^ -3) of a gram.
1 mg = 1000 mcg, so 60 mg = 60000 mcg
The abbreviation "mcg" is micrograms.
There are 1000 mcg in a mg. In addition there are 1000 mg in one gram.
2.4 mcg = 0.0024 mg Each 1 mcg = 1/1000 of a mg
1000 mcg = 1 mg Thus 1 mcg = 0.001 mg
1 mg = 1,000 mcg so 130 mg = 130,000 mcg. Simple!
1 mg is equal to 1000 mcg
1000 mcg equals 1 mg.
1000 mcg = 1 mg so 10000 mcg = 10000/1000 = 10 mg. Simple!
0.001mg per mcg
1 mg = 1,000 mcg, so 75 mcg = 0.075.
1000 mcg / 100 mg = 1 mg/ 100 mg = 0.011000 mcg / 100 mg = 1 mg/ 100 mg = 0.011000 mcg / 100 mg = 1 mg/ 100 mg = 0.011000 mcg / 100 mg = 1 mg/ 100 mg = 0.01