Asked Jun 2, 2019

Add 4476 g and 34.0 kg and express  your answer in miligrams (mg)


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Step 1

Given information: The given masses are 4476 g and 34.0 kg.

To determine: The sum of the masses in milligrams.

Step 2

While adding two physical quantities, both of them should have the same dimension and unit.

The gram to milligram conversion formula ...

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