We’re being asked to determine how many milligrams of sodium sulfate are equivalent to 0.0562 kg.

**Metric Prefixes **are “labels” that can be placed in front of base units. Whenever using the metric prefix chart, remember that “1” is associated with the metric prefix.

How many milligrams of sodium sulfate are equivalent to 0.0562 kg?

a. 5.62 x 10^{-2} mg

b. 5.62 x 10^{4} mg

c. 56.2 mg

d. 5.62 x 10^{10} mg

e. 5.62 x 10^{7} mg

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