**There are 500 grams in 5 kilograms.**

Calculating how many grams there are in a kilogram only requires a little bit of math.

There are 100 grams in every one kilogram.

**You can easily figure out how many grams are in a certain number of kilograms by multiplying the number of kilograms by 100.**

For example, if you want to know how many grams are in 5 kilograms, you can multiply 5 by 100.

5 x 100 = 500.

The answer, 500, tells you that there are 500 grams in 5 kilograms.

**If you want to find out how many kilograms there are to a certain number of grams, you can reverse the equation and divide the number of grams by 100.**

For example, if you want to know how many kilograms are in 7000 grams, you would divide 7000 by 100.

7000 / 100 = 70.

The answer, 70, tells you that 7000 grams equal 70 kilograms.

**You can also calculate grams to kilograms or vice versa by moving the decimal point.**

For example, if you have 9.2 kilograms, you can move the decimal point three spaces to the right and find that you have 9200 grams.

If you have 6800 grams, you can move the decimal point at the end of the number three spaces to the left and find that you have 6.8 kilograms.

If you don’t feel like doing the math, use our online conversion calculator below.

## Kilograms to grams conversion calculator

Use the following calculator to easily convert kilograms into grams. Simply type in the desired value and select kilograms in the convert from box and grams in the convert to box. The calculator will instantly do the math for you.

## Kilograms To Grams Conversion Table

If you prefer, you can also always use a conversion chart to figure out how many grams are in a certain number of kilograms or vice versa.

## Grams and Kilograms Measurement

Both grams and kilograms are units of measure in the metric system.

This system, which was first used in France in the 1700s, makes it relatively easy to calculate how many grams are in a kilogram.

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