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Convert 10 cg to dkg

10 cg equal 0.001 dkg

Conversion details

To convert cg to dkg use the following formula:
1 cg equals 0.0001 dkg
So, to convert 10 cg to dkg, multiply 0.0001 by 10 i.e.,
10 cg = 0.0001 * 10 dkg = 0.001 dkg
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Additional unit information

cg is the symbol for centigram
dkg is the symbol for decikilogram

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Centigram is a subdivision of the gram unit. The centi prefix stands for 0.01 therefore, 1 centigram = 0.01 gram units. Gram is a unit of measurement of mass (weight). The definition for gram is the following:
One gram is equal to 1/1000th of a kilogram.
The symbol for centigram is cg


Decikilogram is a subdivision of the kilogram unit. The deci prefix stands for 0.1 therefore, 1 decikilogram = 0.1 kilogram units. Kilogram is a unit of measurement of mass (weight). The definition for kilogram is the following:
The kilogram is the unit of mass; it is equal to the mass of the international prototype of the kilogram.
The symbol for decikilogram is dkg

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