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Use prefixes to for the following measurements    

a) 2.5 X10‐6g  b) 0.001 m  c) 0.0000005 L    d) 1 000 000 Kg  

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Given number is 2.5*10-6 g. The prefix for the factor 10-6 is micro.

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2.5x10 g-2.5ug -Prefixismicro

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Given number is 0.001 m. The prefix is milli

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0.001m 1mm -Prefixismilli

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Given number is 0.0000005 L. The prefix f...

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-Prefixis micro 0000005L 0.5uL

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