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Thu Oct 14, 2004 7:15 am

when trying to convert micrograms to megagrams, is this the right formula to use?

18.46mcg x (10^-6g / 1mcg) x (10^9Mg / 1g)

Thu Oct 14, 2004 7:33 am

aaalright i think i figured it out and if so you can delete this thread and my three unnecessary posts in the "unit conversion" thread.

is this the right method:

18.46mcg x (1g / 10^-6mcg) x (10^-6Mg / 1g)

i used an exponent of 9 in the original question. im all confused. :oops:

are any of these right

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