The measurements and its units are really a hard nut to crack for most of the people. People sometimes do not understand to differ where to use which unit. For example if someone wants to buy a cloth he or she needs to ask the cloth in meters i.e. the unit of length of the cloth. If someone is filling the petrol or diesel in his or her car, he or she has to ask in Liters. People sometimes ask for these items in the units of weight. The common units for weight used in the world are kilogram, gram, milligram or pound (lb). While the standard S.I. unit for weight is kilogram (kg), milligram and gram are also used as they only differ from kilogram by the powers of ten. Pound (lb) is the British unit used in several countries. Technically and scientifically speaking, these are not the units of weight. Weight is actually the force exerted by body of some mass. The unit of weight in S.I. is same as the unit of force which is Newton (N). All the units discussed before which are kilogram, milligram, gram and pound (lb) are the units of mass. The mass is the amount contained in the body and it has nothing to do with the force. Weight is due to gravity and it changes with height because the acceleration due to gravity varies with the altitude. However, the mass does not change by any parameter. It is constant and it always remains same. Wherever you go in the universe, the mass is constant.
A much is described about mass and its correct units. Now you may be wondering 1000 Mg Equals How Many Grams. In other words this can also be said that how we can covert milligrams shortly written as Mg into Grams. The answer is very simple. Half of the answer was stated before. The two units are related by the multiple of ten. What is this multiple of ten actually? It is 1000. Yes, this completes the answer. 1 Gram is equal to 1000 milligrams. If it is not clear then this equation will say it all
A very similar relation also exists between grams and kilograms. By a factor of 1000, grams can be converted into kilograms. Please see the equation below
So now you have come to know the easiest answers to two of the simplest questions of physics. You have the knowledge of 1000 Mg Equals How Many Grams and 1000 Grams equals how many Kilograms. Now this easy relation will also help you in finding other measurements of grams, milligrams and kilograms.