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Topic: help!
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arogers@TRENTU.CA

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help!
Posted: Oct 27, 1996 6:33 PM
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Hi folks,

I was wondering if someone out there would be kind enough to help me with my homework. Any takers?

This may seem very basic to all of you, but please keep in mind that this
is for an Environmental Scince assignment, so needless to say, thats why
I'm posting. Here it is:

How do I convert micrograms to grams?
and how do I do the following question?:
convert 50ug (micrograms)/mL to SI units.

How do I convert mL to L
example: 24,192,000 mL, convert to L. Aaaagh!

I know the formulas if working with 10's but I'm unclear on how to extrapolate
Please help!!!
Reply to kbonnici@trentu.ca
Thanks!
Kellie





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