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2.4 Prefixes and Equalities

- To write a metric equality, use the numerical values of prefixes.

- The smaller units are made from the values of the daily values.

- One dollar is the same as 100 cents.

- A decidollar is 0.1 of a dollar.

- 10 dimes are the same as 18 dimes.

- It would be written as 1 mcg.

- A camera with a width of 1mm.

- The diameter of the eye's retina can be measured in centimeters, whereas the length of a nerve can be measured in millimetres.

- There is a meter with 100 cm and 1000mm in it.

- If we compare the lengths of a millimeter and a centimeter, we find that 1 millimeter is an eye.

- The relationship between meters and centimeters is compared in metric units.

- The length of 1 m is the same as 10 dm, 100 cm, or 1000mm.

- The health sciences use volumes of 1 L or 888-282-0465 888-282-0465.
- When a liter is divided into 10 equal portions, each portion is a deciliter.
- Bloodwork results are reported in mass per deciliter.

- Each of the smaller volumes is a liter.
- 1000 mL is contained in a plastic container.

- A cube measuring 10 cm on each side has a volume of 1000 cm3 or 1 L; a cube measuring 1 cm on each side has a volume of 1 cm3 or 1 mL.

- When you go to the doctor for a physical examination, your mass is recorded in kilograms, whereas the results of your laboratory tests are reported in grams, milligrams, or micrograms.
- The mass of 1000 g is equal to one gram and one ounce.

- Complete the following relationships.

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