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    really?
    woah... im sorry... i cant belive it... Perdoname por aver molestado...

    so 1000g = 1 kg....

    so from there i would rearrange my conversions that i worked on and hope it get the correct one right?
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    SI prefix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Switch your conversion from

    450 kg * 1g/ 1000kg * 1lbs/454g * 1ton/ 2000 lbs

    1000kg=1g incorrect

    to

    1kg= 1000g correct
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    Thanks!



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