Mass is measured in gram.

We use the word weight of a body instead of Mass. The standard unit of Mass is **Grams**.

This can also be remembered by using the following statement:

The **‘G’** in Grandmother stands for GRAMS which is the standard unit of mass.

**For Example:**

**1.** g → mg

1 g = 1000 mg

Therefore, 2 g = 2000 mg

**2.** kg → g

1 kg = 1000 g

Therefore, 3.5 kg = 3500 g

**3.** g → hg

1 g = 1/100 hg

3 g = 3/100 hg

Therefore, 3g = 0.3 hg

**4.** g → kg

1 g = 1/1000 kg

5.4 g = 5.4/1000 kg

Therefore, 5.4 g =0.0054 kg

**5.** g → mg

1 g = 1000 mg

Therefore, 4 g = 4000 mg

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