Question #75b4e

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To solve this problem, all you have to do is set up a conversion factor that will get you from kg to g.

Remember that 1 kg has 1000 g, or #10^(3)"g"#, which means that 1 g represents the 1000th part of a kilogram

#9.5*10^(-2)"kg" * "1 g"/(10^(-3)"kg") = 9.5 * 10^((-2+3)) = "95 g"#

Here is a video which show a few additional examples of using conversion factors to solve problems like this one.

video from: Noel Pauller