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Conversions....

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1 milliliter (ml) = _____ gram(s) (gm)
1 gram (gm) = ______ milliliter (ml)
1000 grams (gm) = _____ kilogram (kg)
1 kilogram (kg) = _____ grams (gm)
1000 milligrams (mg) = ____ gram (g)
1 gram (g) = ____ milligrams (mg)
1000 micrograms (mcg) = _____ milligram (mg)
1 milligram (mg) = _____ micrograms (mcg)
Cubic centimeters (cc's) and milliliters (ml's) are the same equivalents. However, ml is the preferred usage.
Cubic centimeters (cc's) and milliliters (ml's) are the same equivalents. However, ml is the preferred usage.
1000 miliunits = ____ unit
1 unit = ____ miliunits
Units & milliequivalents (meq) cannot be converted to units in other systems. They have their value given and will never need to be converted.
Units & milliequivalents (meq) cannot be converted to units in other systems. They have their value given and will never need to be converted.
2.2 pounds (lb) = ____ grams (g)
1000 grams (g) = _____ pounds (lb)
2.2 pounds (lb) = ____ kilogram (kg)
1 kilogram (kg) = ____ pounds (lb)
1000 grams (g) = ____ kilogram (kg)
1 kilogram (kg) = ____ grams (g)
1 pound (lb) = ____ ounces (oz)
16 ounces (oz) = ____ pounds (lbs)
1 pound (lb) = _____ milligrams (mg)
60 milligrams (mg) = ____ pounds (lb)
16 ounces (oz) = ____ milligrams (mg)
60 milligrams (mg) =_____ ounces (oz)
1 grian (gr) = ____ milligrams (mg)
60 milligrams (mg) = ____ grain (gr)
1 quart (qt) = ____ liter (l)
1 liter (l) = ____ quart (qt)
1 quart (qt) = ____ milliliter (ml)
1000 milliliter = ____ quart (qt)
1 liter (l) = _____ milliliter (ml)
1000 milliliters (ml) = ____ liter (l)
1 cup (c) = _____ ounces (oz)
8 ounces (oz) = ____ cup (c)
1 cup (c) = ____ milliliters (ml)
240 milliliters = _____ cup (c)
8 ounces (oz) = ____ milliliters (ml)
240 milliliters (ml) = _____ ounces (oz)
2 tablespoon (T) = ____ ounce (oz)
1 ounce (oz) = ____ tablespoon (T)
2 tablespoon (T) = ____ milliliters (ml)
30 milliliters (ml) = ____ tablespoon (T)
1 ounce (oz) = ____ milliliters (ml)
30 milliliters (ml) = _____ ounce (oz)
3 teaspoons (t) = _____ milliliters (ml)
15 milliliters (ml) = ____ teaspoons (t)
1 tablespoon (T) = ____ milliliters (ml)
15 milliliters (ml) = _____ tablespoon (T)
1 teaspoon (t) = ____ milliliters (ml)
5 milliliters (ml) = ____ teaspoon (t)